AP Exam Update

Streamlined information for all of St. George's AP classes as of April 7.

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Recently, the College Board changed the content and dates of each AP exam, with each now lasting 45 minutes and some additional time to upload responses. Most of the content changes were made to remove the units covered later in the year, and the exams will also be open-note and open-book. Listed below are the specific changes for each of St. George’s AP classes.

The date for the AP Biology exam is now May 18 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-6. Students will have 25 minutes to answer an FRQ 1 and 15 minutes to answer an FRQ 4, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Calculus AB exam is now May 12 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-7. Students will have 25 minutes to answer an FRQ and 15 minutes to answer another FRQ, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Calculus BC exam is now May 12 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-8 and five topics in Unit 10. Students will have 25 minutes to answer an FRQ and 15 minutes to answer another FRQ, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Chemistry exam is now May 14 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-7. Students will have 25 minutes to answer a Long FRQ and 15 minutes to answer another Long FRQ, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Computer Science A exam is now May 15 at 3:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-7. Students will have 25 minutes to answer an Array/ArrayList Question and 15 minutes to answer a Methods and Control Structures Question, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP English Language and Composition exam is now May 20 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-7. Students will have 45 minutes to answer a Rhetorical Analysis question, with five minutes after the question to upload answers.

The date for the AP English Literature and Composition exam is now May 13 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-7. Students will have 45 minutes to answer a Prose Fiction Analysis question, with five minutes after the question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Environmental Science exam is now May 18 at 3:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-7. Students will have 25 minutes to answer an FRQ 1 and 15 minutes to answer an FRQ 2, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP French Language and Culture exam is now May 21 at 11:00 AM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-4. Students will have FRQ 3 and FRQ 4, which remain consistent with the original timing.

The date for the AP Macroeconomics exam is now May 21 at 3:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-5. Students will have 25 minutes to answer two short FRQs and 15 minutes to answer a Long FRQ, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Microeconomics exam is now May 20 at 3:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-5. Students will have 25 minutes to answer two short FRQs and 15 minutes to answer a Long FRQ, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based exam is now May 13 at 11:00 AM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-5. Students will have 25 minutes to answer a QQT and 15 minutes to answer a Paragraph Argument Short Answer, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Physics C: Mechanics exam is now May 11 at 11:00 AM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-5. Students will have 25 minutes to answer a Long FRQ and 15 minutes to answer a Short FRQ, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Psychology exam is now May 19 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-7. Students will have 25 minutes to answer a Concept Application question and 15 minutes to answer a Research Methods question, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam is now May 22 at 3:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-4. Students will have FRQ 3 and FRQ 4, which remain consistent with the original timing.

The date for the AP Spanish Literature and Culture exam is now May 14 at 11:00 AM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-6. Students will have 25 minutes to answer an Essay: Text Comparison question and 15 minutes to answer a Short Answer: Text and Art Comparison question, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP Statistics exam is now May 22 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-7. Students will have 25 minutes to answer an FRQ and 15 minutes to answer another FRQ, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP U.S. Government and Politics exam is now May 11 at 3:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-3. Students will have 25 minutes to answer an Argument Essay question and 15 minutes to answer a Concept Application question, with five minutes after each question to upload answers.

The date for the AP U.S. History exam is now May 15 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 3-7. Students will have 45 minutes to answer a Document-Based Question, with five minutes after the question to upload answers.

The date for the AP World History exam is now May 21 at 1:00 PM Central Time. The exam will cover material from Units 1-6. Students will have 45 minutes to answer a Document-Based Question, with five minutes after the question to upload answers.