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The Next Test

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Test #  Dates Covered  Description            Omits Accepted   Class Average  
Test 1 Format 
(Chapters 1-2)
1491 to 1607   Time Period #1 Exploration and Settlement
9/19/2016 
5
Omit Options 
 
Test 2 Format 
(Chapters 3-5)
1607- to 1754  Time Period #2  The Colonial Period 
TBA
TBA
Omit Options  
 
Test 3 Format
(Chapters 6-10)
1754 to 1800

Time Period #3  The New Nation  
TBA

TBA
Omit Options  
 
Test 4 Format
(Chapters 11-16) 
1800 to 1848

Time Period #5  Louisiana to Seneca Falls

TBA

TBA
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Test #  Dates Covered  Description  Omits Accepted  Class Average
Test 1 Format 
Time Periods #1 and #2 
1492 to 1754 Colonial America
9/29/2014
7
Omit Options
Class Average:  73%
Test 2 Format
Time Period #3a 
1754 to 1783 The Revolutionary Era
10/17/2014 
5
Omit Options 
 Class Average: 70%
Test 3 Format
Time Period #3b
1783 to 1790 The New Nation 
11/10/2014 
N/A  Class Average: N/A
(Online Test) 
Test 4 Format
Time Period #4
1800 to 1848 Expansion and Reform
12/17/2014 
7
Omit Options 
Class Average: 72%

Mid Term Format 2015

Time Periods #1-#5 

1492 to 1865 Columbus to Civil War
1/26/2014 
N/A   Class Average: 74% 
Test 5 Format
Time Period #6
1865 to 1898 The West to  S/A War
 3/12/2014
5
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2013-2014 Test Calendar 

 

 

 

 

College Board  - An Update to the Exam Timing - 2015 APUSH Exam 

 

We're making an additional change to the format of the redesigned AP U.S. History Exam, which will first be administered in May 2015. The short-answer question timing will increase by five minutes, and the free-response section timing — specifically, the recommended timing for the document-based question — will decrease by five minutes:

 

 

55 multiple-choice questions: 55 minutes, 40 percent of exam score 9/29/2014 - Test #1 1491 to 1754

 

Four short-answer questions: 50 minutes (formerly 45 minutes), 20 percent of exam score   10/8/2014  ; 10/27/2014

 

One document-based question: 55 minutes (formerly 60 minutes), 25 percent of exam score 10/3 2014  The French and Indian War (1754)

 

One long essay question: 35 minutes, 15 percent of exam score Test #1 10/21/2014 Test #2 The Road to Revolution

 

 

 

The number of questions in each section and the total timing of the exam remain the same. This change was made as a result of analysis of a pilot exam administered earlier this year and is designed to ensure adequate time for students to respond to all questions. 

 

POSTED 10/2/2014 

 

American Identity

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