May 6 is the big day. Are you ready?
Shmoop's AP Psychology guide explores everything you need to know about the way our minds work...or at least everything you need to know to to ace the exam. Why are we drooling? Did someone just ring a bell?
Specifically designed for mastering the AP Psychology exam. Learn why you should spend a little less time on the history of psychology, different approaches, and states of consciousness; how to strike psychological gold on the free response section; and the definition of "normal"...on the AP Psych exam, at least.
Curious about what it is really like to answer 100 multiple-choice questions in 70 minutes and write 2 essays in another 50? Take a full-length practice exam with Shmoop... and then take another one. Because we have two.
If you forget everything you read approximately three seconds after you read it, never fear: refine your mad psychology skills with drills, more drills, and—you guessed it—even more drills.
Check out our in-depth study guide and practice problems galore on each of the topics.
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Origin of Psychology
Biological Bases of Behavior and Neuroanatomy
Genetics and Evolutionary Psychology
Sensation & Perception
States and Levels of Consciousness
Cognition and Memory
Acquisition, Development, and Use of Language
Motivation and Emotion
Psychology and Law
Society and Culture
And a lot more!