Sunday, October 12, 2014

Links to AP Psychology Quizzes


(Note this exam is for US high school graduates, once they passed  the exam, 
they will not take Psychology 101 in college anymore.)


The Advanced Placement Psychology (AP Psychology, or AP Psych) course and corresponding exam are part of College Board's Advanced Placement Program. This rigorous course is tailored for students interested in the field of psychology and as an opportunity to earn Advanced Placement credit or exemption from a college-level psychology course.

The exam includes two sections: a 70 minute multiple choice section (100 questions) and a 50 minute free response section (2 prompts). The multiple choice provides two-thirds of the grade and the free-response provides the remaining third.

Beginning with the May 2011 AP Exam administration, total scores on the multiple-choice section are based only on the number of questions answered correctly. Points are no longer deducted for incorrect answers. Grading (the number of points needed to get a certain score) is slightly more strict as a result.

Source:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AP_Psychology


Links of  Quizzes


Psychological Disorders
http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Psychological%20Disorders/psychological_disorders.htm


Research Methods
http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Research%20Methods/research_methods.htm


Intelligence
http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Intelligence/intelligence.htm


Personality
http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Personality/personality.htm


Brain
http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/The%20Brain/the_brain.htm





(10-12-14=678h)