This AP Psychology practice test covers learning. For your AP exam you will need to know about classical conditioning, operant conditioning, cognitive processes, social learning, and biological factors. Try our free quiz to prepare for the AP Psychology learning questions.
AP Psychology Course Information. This course is designed to prepare you for the AP Psychology Exam, covering all of the topics outlined in the official test materials provided by the College Board.
AP Psychology Essay Prompts and Scoring Rubrics The enclosed document includes an essay prompt for each unit in AP Psychology and a corresponding scoring rubric. The purpose of this activity is to increase the students’ awareness of how AP exam readers grade from a rubric.
Students will periodically throughout the year be given sample essay questions from past AP exams. They will learn how to write according to the AP psychology format and how to score their essays.
How to write the AP Psychology essay. Every year around the beginning of June, high school and college psychology teachers gather at a university for one purpose; to grade AP psychology essays. These readers are assigned to one of the two essay questions and go through careful training to ensure they grade your writing fairly and consistently.
Below is a diverse selection of supplemental materials, including lesson plans and teaching strategies, from the College Board and your AP colleagues. Look for more classroom resources from your peers in the AP Teacher Community. You can access more interactive tools in AP Classroom, including unit guides, progress checks and a dashboard to measure student progress, and a bank of real AP.
Cognitive Maps and Latent Learning (AP Psychology) 5.00 Journal (AP Psychology) 5.00 FRQ (AP Psychology) 5.00 Experiment (AP Psychology) 4.00 Experiment (AP Psychology) 4.06 Assignment (AP Psych) 4.05 Assignment (AP Psychology) 4.00 Psych Journal (AP Psychology) 4.00 FRQ (AP Psychology).
AP Psychology Unit % of AP Exam Unit Test Date (subject to change) Unit 1 History and Approaches 2-4% September 16, 2014 Unit 2 Research and Methods 6-8% September 30, 2014 Unit 3 iological ases of ehavior 8-10% October 17, 2014 Unit 4 Sensation and Perception 7-9% October 30, 2014 Unit 5 States of onsciousness 2-4% November 14, 2014.