This 40-page document contains a final exam for AP Psychology, covering each of the fourteen units of instruction. The exam contains the following:
-- 100 multiple-choice questions, with question assortment aligning to the unit percentages on the AP test (i.e., Biological Bases of Behavior is 8-10%)
-- 2 separate free response questions; each containing a scenario in which students must apply 7-8 concepts to the prompt
-- an answer sheet for students to write their answers (if you don't want to use a scantron)
-- answer key which also lists which unit each question is from
-- a unit assessment graph for students to fill out to determine their strengths and weaknesses
-- scoring rubrics for each free response question
-- a self-assessment sheet for students to use to determine which concepts from the free responses they answered correctly (if you wanted them to self-assess)
-- a scoring sheet where students can learn how the CollegeBoard combines the multiple-choice and free response section scores into an aggregate score
This exam could be used in the following ways: (1) to give to students as a final exam, (2) to give to students as a mock AP test, or (3) to take individual questions you find useful and add them to your individual unit assessments. Although this exam is designed for an AP Psychology class, it could also be used by regular Psychology instructors who want to just use the questions for the units they cover as part of their curriculum.
By purchasing this file, you agree not to make it publicly available (on websites, etc.) or to share with any other teachers. It is intended for classroom use only.