AP Test

What do I have to know for the BIG DAY??

May 5

1) Be there on time: If you are in school- you go to your first 3 classes and take A lunch-- then go to testing destination. If your not-- make sure YOUR BODY is on campus by 11:15-- go to testing destination! Remember-all are encouraged to come to school. It is NOT an excused absence because your home studying or sleeping in! I will NOT be in class because I am proctoring the AP chem test

2) Bring your ID!!!!!! (student ID or drivers liscense will do)....No ID...No TEST

3) Bring your watch for the essays (to time yourself 25 minutes each essay- allow for 2 minutes to prep for each)-- it cannot make noises or beep-- so watch out for that.

4) LAYER UP: it could be freezing or warm-- so be prepared.

5) SNACKS: bring a water bottle and a snack-- there will be nothing provided by the school...(I hear a little baby duck...cheapcheapcheap)

6) Bring Utencils: Good Pencil (or your "lucky pencil" {autoshaping}-- pens for the essay if you want)

YOUR TESTING DESTINATION HAS BEEN POSTED ON THE LOCKERS OUTSIDE OUR CLASSROON DOOR. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHERE YOU ARE GOING. The list was already provided to you last week. If you are not sure-- email me tonight and I could look it up for you. Email me early because I like sleep.

What is the Advanced Placement Course?

The AP Program currently offers more than 30 courses across multiple subject areas. Each course is developed by a committee composed of college faculty and AP teachers, and covers the breadth of information, skills, and assignments found in the corresponding college course.

AP courses are taught by highly qualified high school teachers who use the AP Course Descriptions to guide them. The Course Description for each discipline outlines the course content, describes the curricular goals of the subject, and provides sample examination questions. While the Course Descriptions are a significant source of information about the course content on which the AP Exams will be based, AP teachers have the flexibility to determine how this content is presented. Published in the spring of the school year before the course will be taught, the Course Descriptions are available in this section of AP Central, accompanied by a course perspective written by an experienced AP teacher.

The AP Examinations are administered each year in May and represent the culmination of college-level work in a given discipline in a secondary school setting. Rigorously developed by committees of college and AP high school faculty, the AP Exams test students' ability to perform at a college level.

Development Committees meet throughout the year to create new exams, which each contain a free-response section (either essay or problem solving) and a section of multiple-choice questions. The multiple-choice questions are scored by computer, while the free-response portions are evaluated by a team of skilled college professors and high school teachers who meet annually to score exams in their subject area. The involvement of college faculty at all levels of exam development and scoring ensures that the AP Exams truly reflect college-level achievement. Students who perform well can receive course credit and/or advanced standing at thousands of universities worldwide.

If you would like more information on College Board....please click the link below and view their website.


Below are some review materials that you may find helpful!

Click Below for 5 Steps to a FIVE PDF file of the review manual:


500 question Ap Psych 5 steps to a FIVE- click below:


SPARKNOTES ONLINE TEST--- TAKE AND PRINT FOR extra credit!! Due date will be announced...(link is below) PASSING GRADES ONLY!! (3 OR ABOVE) if you dont pass-- you'll have to re- register with another email and take it again-- until you get a passing grade-- print and bring in on due date.