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The AP Chemistry exam is 3 hours and 15 minutes long and includes both a 90-minute multiple-choice section and a 105-minute free-response section. The multiple-choice section accounts for half of your exam grade, and the free-response section accounts for the other half.
You will be allowed to use a scientific calculator on the entire free-response section of the exam. Additionally, you will be supplied with a periodic table of the elements and a formula and constants chart to use on both the multiple-choice and free-response sections.
The multiple choice section contains 60 questions and lasts 90 minutes. The free response section lasts 105 minutes and 3 Long Free Response and 4 Short Free Response questions.
Free Response and Multiple-Choice Questions
For sample multiple-choice questions and free response questions with scoring guidelines, please refer to the AP Chemistry Course and Exam Description on pages 118 - 143, which can be found in the blue Exam Resources inlay to the right.
Free Response Questions and Scoring Guidelines
Free Response Questions and Scoring Guidelines: login
The following resources contain the remaining available Free Response Questions and Scoring Guidelines for the AP Chemistry Exam. To access the files below, you need to log into your College Board account. If you do not have a College Board account, you can create one by selecting ‘Sign In’ in the header and following the prompts to Sign-Up.