AP Students: Please start to read Abnormal Psychology Unit and complete the study guide for this section. Once this unit is complete work on the Multiple Choice given in Microsoft teams on my website or use the numerous practice questions on my site or in your study guide. Your textbook becomes a very important resource. Once Abnormal Psych unit is done move on to our last unit on Social Psychology. Your blogs will become important for handing in FRQ practice and questions you may have. Please check this website on March 30th.
Please start to review for your exam! I will be giving you a package for review. Start to read the next unit on Abnormal Psychology..so you are ready when you return for lecture. Please see below for further practice. Practice FRQ and don’t forget to check the answers on the AP COLLEGE BOARD.
Scientific American Mind (not mandatory but an interesting read) https://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/60-second-mind/inside-the-mind-of-a-psychopath-13-05-14/
Thanks Ms. Carey for the review questions below!
https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/courses/ap-psychology/exam/past-exam-questions?course=ap-psychology – Free Response Questions from Previous Years
Crash course all units youtube videos –https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8dPuuaLjXtOPRKzVLY0jJY-uHOH9KVU6
TUE, MAY 12, 2020
AP Psychology Exam Day
Noon | 2 hrs
The new AP Psychology framework included in the course and exam description outlines distinct skills that students should practice throughout the year—skills that will help them learn to think and act like psychologists.
|Skill||Description||Exam Weighting (Multiple-Choice Section)|
|1. Concept Understanding||Define, explain, and apply concepts, behavior, theories, and perspectives.||75%–80%|
|2. Data Analysis||Analyze and interpret quantitative data.||8%–12%|
|3. Scientific Investigation||Analyze psychological research studies.||12%–16%|
|Unit||Exam Weighting (Multiple-Choice Section)|
|Unit 1: Scientific Foundations of Psychology||10%–14%|
|Unit 2: Biological Bases of Behavior||8%–10%|
|Unit 3: Sensation and Perception||6%–8%|
|Unit 4: Learning||7%–9%|
|Unit 5: Cognitive Psychology||13%–17%|
|Unit 6: Developmental Psychology||7%–9%|
|Unit 7: Motivation, Emotion, and Personality||11%–15%|
|Unit 8: Clinical Psychology||12%–16%|
|Unit 9: Social Psychology||8%–10%|