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AP Physics 1 and 2 Resources

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Free Response Questions (FRQ)

Multiple Choice Questions

  • McGraw Hill Physics 1 and 2 MCs: Each time you take one of these practice tests, a batch of 25 questions is pulled from their test bank. Answers and explanations are provided when you are finished.
  • Giancoli Textbook Questions: Hundreds of AP Physics B multiple choice. Select a chapter and then click on “practice questions” to get the chapter quiz.
  • Student resources for Physics: Algebra/Trig (3rd Edition) by Eugene Hecht. There’s a tutorial quiz and a final exam for each of the 31 chapters.

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What to expect

AP Physics 1
Total Exam Length = 3 hours


2 sections:

Section I (50% of total grade)
90-minutes
50 multiple-choice questions

45 discrete items and items in sets
5 multiple-correct items (two options are correct)

Section II (50% of total grade)
90-minute free response
5 questions

1 experimental design question
1 quantitative/qualitative translation question
3 short-answer questions, one requiring a paragraph-length argument


AP Physics 2
Total Exam Length = 3 hours


2 sections:
90-minutes, 50 multiple-choice questions (50% of total grade)

45 discrete items and items in sets
5 multiple-correct items (two options are correct)

90-minute free response, 4 questions, (50% of total grade)

1 experimental design question
1 quantitative/qualitative translation question
2 short-answer questions, one requiring a paragraph-length argument

When to expect it

Exam Date 2018

AP Physics 1
Tuesday
May 2
12:00 PM


AP Physics 2
Wednesday
May 3
12:00 PM

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