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How to Find an AP Environmental Science Released Exam

Instructor: John Beard
Find where you can go to locate AP Environmental Science Released Exams. Also discover the wealth of resources available to help you no matter what your level of involvement with AP Environmental Science happens to be.

Finding An AP Environmental Science Released Exam

The creators of the AP Exams, College Board, have an online store where you can search for released exams by course. The site is located at store.collegeboard.org. You can search under AP and find resources for AP Environmental Science and all other courses. For AP Environmental Science, the materials available at the time of writing include two released exams and supplemental materials for these exams, a couple of teachers guides, and an AP Environmental Science course description.

Other Resources

In addition to the materials available in the store, there are a couple of other places you may want to search for more information. For a student oriented resource, you can search apstudent.collegeboard.org. If you go to apcentral.collegeboard.com, you can find a lot of information about the Environmental Science course that is geared for AP teachers including:

  • The AP Environmental Course Description PDF
  • Two page course overview
  • Frequently asked questions
  • The Teachers Guide
  • Exam Information page
  • Free-Response Questions index (with questions from 1999-2015)
  • Full practice exam
  • AP Environmental Science Exam tips
  • Calculator policies

Here on Study.com, we also have several courses designed specifically to aid you with the AP Environmental Science course and exam including:

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