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About AP Test

AP is an academic program consists of college level courses and exams that students can take in the month of May.


The APTests are a series of 30 odd exams 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 score plays an important part in your admission.

The AP test is offered in the following subjects:

Art History


 Calculus AB

 Calculus BC


Chinese Language and Culture

Computer Science A

English Language and Composition

English Literature and Composition

Environmental Science

European History

French Language and Culture

German Language and Culture

Government and Politics: Comparative

Government and Politics: United States

Human Geography

Italian Language and Culture

Japanese Language and Culture




Music Theory

Physics B

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Physics C: Mechanics


Spanish Language and Culture

Spanish Literature and Culture


Studio Art: 2-D Design

Studio Art: 3-D Design

Studio Art: Drawing

United States History

World History



American colleges (and colleges of other countries where AP is accepted) often grant placement and course credit to students who obtain high scores above a certain number on the examinations.
The AP questions contain a free response section (either essay or problem solving) and a section of multiple choice questions. The multiple-choice AP questions are scored by computer, while the free-response portions are evaluated by a team of skilled.

SAMPLE AP Questions

AP tests are scored on a 1 to 5 scale as follows:
Get ready for the AP tests by practising sample AP questions and understand what to expect on exam day.
In order to help you the basic structure of the AP test here are some sample AP questions for your exam.

Sample AP Question – Micro Economics

Land, Labor, Capital and Entrepreneurial talent are often referred to as:

1) Production Possibilities 2) Goods and Services 3) Unlimited Human Laws 4) Opportunity Costs 5) Scarce Economic Resources.

Sample AP Question – Biology

ADH, a hormone is secreted by the 

1) Testes 2) Kidney 3) Pituitary 4) Pancreas 

By practising more and more AP questions you will be confident while giving the AP test. This will help you to score your best in the AP test.

AP Score

Completing an AP test is a huge talent. Your AP score is one way to share this accomplishment with your preferred colleges and universities. Students who take the AP test will get a AP score ranging from 1 to 5 scales as follows: -

5 – Extremely well qualified 
4 – Well qualified
3 – Qualified
2 – Possibly qualified
1 – No recommendation

The AP score from both sections are combined to produce a scaled score out of a 5.