AP PSYCHOLOGY MAKEUP EXAM TAKERS: Please see the makeup tips link below. Contact College Board if you have questions. Good Luck!
AP PSYCHOLOGY EXAM TAKERS: Please click on the links below and read each carefully. It contains the most updated information (as of 5/18/20) regarding procedures, format, and practice FRQ’s with rubrics from College Board regarding the AP Psych exam on May 19th @ 2:00 PM.
***I wanted to alert you all that there will be a new, backup email solution for students that have trouble getting their answers submitted during exams. This will be in effect for testing this week and for makeup testing. Please read the guidelines carefully.
Below are some resources you are free to use to help prepare for the AP Psychology Exam in May. I will try to add items to this page as I create or find them. Please begin to review. Keep the Drive for 5 Alive.
using terc This is a link for you to register for a site that allows you to take practice AP tests & FRQ’s for Psychology as well as other AP exams. Though the multiple choice section is no longer on the AP exam, it will allow you to review content and vocab from the various units. Registration is free. The access code is “cobb” to establish an account.
Visit https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoGgviqq4844U91iotDP7n7brR_ovoSFB for live review classes starting 3/25. Psychology will be live streamed on LIVE STREAM 2 from 4:00 to 4:45. They will be recorded so you can watch them at a later date. Please see the topics below. The first 3 videos content will not be tested on the 2020 exam EXCEPT the first episode reviews FRQ writing tips so WATCH it.
3/25: Introduction to Psychological Disorders *First lesson. Also contains FRQ writing tips.
3/26: Psychological Perspectives & Etiology of Disorders
3/27: Neurodevelopmental & Schizophrenic Disorders
3/30: Introducing Psychology
3/31: Research Methods in Psychology WATCH! High Probability this will be 1 of the FRQ questions. See below for practice FRQ’s on Research analysis.
4/1: Experimental Method & Ethical Guidelines
4/2: Statistical Analysis in Psychology
4/3: Heredity, Environment, & the Endocrine System
4/6: The Nervous System, Neurons, and Neural Firing
*WATCH video link from 4:30 to 8:40 for Update on 2020 AP Psychology Exam Do’s & Don’ts *see link below or youtube.
4/7: Drug Influences and Tools for Examining the Brain
4/8: The Brain
4/9: The Adaptable Brain, Sleeping, and Dreaming
4/10: Sensation & Visual Anatomy
4/13: Principles of Perception & Visual Perception
4/14: Auditory Sensation, Chemical Senses, and Body Senses
4/15: Social & Cognitive Factors in Learning
4/16: Classical Conditioning
4/17: Operant Conditioning
4/20: Memory, Encoding, and Storing
4/21: Retrieving, Forgetting & Bio Bases for Memory
4/22: Thinking, Problem-solving, Biases, & Language
4/23: Testing & Intelligence Testing
4/24: Physical, Social, & Cognitive Development in Childhood
4/27: Adolescence, Adulthood, Moral Development, & Gender
4/29:Emotion, Stress, & Coping
4/30: Personality Theories
Watch Psychology Crash Course Review Videos (30 in all) with Hank Green. Complete the attached worksheets as you view the videos. Crash Course Video Notetaking Worksheets (1)
Here is another resource to review for the exam. These are terms that were on previous FRQ’s for the years 2010-2019.
5 Steps to a 5 is free right now. Click on the link… https://bit.ly/3dFguZo. Excellent Resource for Review!!! Voucher code for AP Psychology 5 Steps to a 5 is : mhapcgbx289.
PRINT THE STUDY GUIDE BELOW BEFORE THE AP EXAM. IT’S OPEN NOTE!
AP Psychology Exam Review Guide (TTT) This was created by an AP Psych teacher based on the most common questions asked for each unit on the AP Psychology Exam. This would be an excellent self-check of how well you know the content.
Below is condensed notes from our 12 Units during the semester. Feel free to print them out as review. However, remember that the AP exam will only cover through my Unit X or AP Classroom Units 1-7.