1. Review the Content
No need to cross-reference the updates from the College Board for relevant content and units. We’ve revised our review content to focus on the units essential to the revised AP exam.
2. Reinforce Memory of Essential Content Knowledge with Drills, Multiple Choice and Diagnostic Questions:
Even though the updated AP’s will focus on Free-Response Questions (FRP’s), we’ve included Multiple Choice Questions and diagnostics that cover the relevant content knowledge from the units covered in each course. While the test is an open test/open note, students should remember they won’t have time to look through all that content for answers. Reviewing content knowledge with the Multiple-Choice questions will be essential to developing the recall of information necessary for the exam.
3. Practice Your Free Response Skills
We’ve updated our practice exams to include the same kinds of Free Response Questions on the updated Exam. We’ve also included sample answers that meet the rubrics and grading guidelines. We’ve updated our timers to reflect the new test, so you can time yourself as you develop your answer.
4. Self Grading and Review
We’ve included the guidelines and rubrics employed by the College Board to grade your Free-Response Answer. Make sure to review these guidelines before developing your answer. Then have a friend or teacher use the rubric to grade your essay.