New Courses Effective Fall 2014 (Redesign of AP Physics B)
AP Practice Exam
AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2 practice exams with sample student responses and scoring commentaries are now available.
Since many teachers lobbied for putting practice exams in a secure environment, teachers can access the exams from their AP Course Audit accounts (not AP Central). To access the exams, log in and click the Secure Documents link in the Resources section of your Course Status Page.
Practice exams are for classroom use only. To ensure their integrity, please keep them in a secure location; do not give them to students as take-home assignments; make sure to collect them after administering them in class; and do not post them on school or other websites. Teachers may use questions from the practice exam to create shorter assessments, as long as they are paper-based, administered in the classroom, and collected from students following the testing period.
AP Course Audit
The AP Course Audit ensures that teachers have a thorough understanding of the AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2 course requirements. Teachers can either submit their own syllabus or adopt one of the four annotated sample syllabi available on the AP Course Audit website. January 31, 2015 is the deadline for submitting a syllabus.
Students will take the new AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2 Exams in May 2015. Download the AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2 Course and Exam Description (.pdf/5.52MB) to learn more and view sample multiple-choice and free-response questions.
AP offers a range of professional development options, including one-day, in-person workshops and AP Summer Institutes, which demonstrate practical ways to design and implement rigorous curricula and prepare students for success on the revised exam.
Join the AP Physics Teacher Community, an online forum moderated by fellow educators, where AP teachers connect with colleagues, share classroom materials, and exchange ideas.