AP Psychology Flashcards
Our AP Psychology flashcards each contain one question that might appear on the AP Psychology exam. You can use them to get a comprehensive overview of each topic covered on the AP Psychology exam one problem at a time, or to do problem drills that focus on particular problem types or content areas found on the AP Psychology exam.
AP Psychology, sometimes referred to as AP Psych, is an Advanced Placement course that can be taken in high school for college credit. In order to earn undergraduate credit, the course must be completed with a passing grade, which includes the corresponding AP Psychology exam. If you are planning on pursuing a degree in the field of psychology, successful completion of this course may fulfill the credit requirements for introductory college psychology. For AP Psychology study help, look no further than Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools. With thousands of flashcards available to address all the important concepts covered by the course and offers plenty of practice to help you memorize those facts and concepts.
The course covers 14 important aspects of the field of psychology, including Research Methods, Biological Bases of Behavior, Cognition, Learning, Social Psychology, Development Psychology, and Abnormal Psychology. The AP Psychology exam is divided into two sections, which you will have two hours to complete. The first section consists of 100 multiple-choice questions and has a time limit of 70 minutes. You should be familiar with the definitions and explanations covered throughout the AP Psychology course. The second part of the exam requires written responses to two different prompts and must be completed within 50 minutes. Considering the broad nature of the field of psychology and the timing of the AP Psychology exam, adequate preparation is critical to passing. The AP Psychology flashcards are a great way to enhance your memorization of AP Psychology facts.
With thousands of flashcards to assist you in your online AP Psychology review, Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools offer comprehensive coverage of all 14 principles and concepts that comprise the AP Psych curriculum. The flashcards are organized by category and are sorted into broad topics, such as history, research, testing, treatment, psychological conditions, social psychology, and developmental psychology. Within each of these categories, you will find even more specific sub-categories that will help you focus on only the material that needs your attention. As you proceed through the flashcards, you will receive feedback including detailed explanations immediately following your response. This ensures that you are reinforcing the correct material and making efficient use of your study time. You can use the flashcards to drill yourself on a specific topic or utilize the AP Psychology flashcard builder to design a deck of flashcards customized to fit your own personal study goals.
For even more AP Psychology practice, you can take advantage of other materials provided by Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools. There is plenty of additional AP Psychology study help available, including Full-Length Practice Tests to identify problem areas and shorter, focused Practice Tests that test your knowledge of your comprehension of those problem areas. The Question of the Day feature sends you a daily question for an impromptu quiz that keeps those facts fresh, and Learn by Concept is set up like an interactive syllabus that includes links to sample questions from previous exams. These study tools are all available anywhere you can access the internet, and you can download Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools app for an even more convenient AP Psychology review experience.