AP Score Reports
Subject score rosters and student score reports for the 2020 AP Exams will be available beginning July 15.
Accessing 2020 FRQs and Exam Responses
If your students answered free-response questions on the AP Exam in 2020, you can access their responses in the Student Response Portal. The full suite of questions your students received on exam day is available within AP Classroom.
AP Questions and Feedback Throughout the Year
AP practice exams and all relevant previous exam questions are available in the AP Classroom question bank. Personal progress checks are also available in AP Classroom for use throughout the year and are a great way to ensure your students build mastery of content and skills. Use the progress dashboard to view progress across units and pinpoint strengths and weaknesses to inform instructional planning and additional support.
Exam questions assess the course concepts and skills outlined in the course framework. For more information on exam weighting and scoring, download the AP Latin Course and Exam Description (CED).
Encourage your students to visit the AP Latin student page for exam information and exam practice.
- TUE, MAY 11, 2021, NOON LOCAL
AP Latin Exam Day
The AP Latin Exam has consistent question types, weighting, and rubrics every year, so you and your students know what to expect on exam day.
Section 1: Multiple Choice
50 Questions | 1 Hour | 50% of Exam Score
Section 2: Free Response
5 Questions | 2 Hours (includes a 15-minute reading period) | 50% of Exam Score
Exam Questions and Scoring Information
2020 Free-Response Questions
Sign in to AP Classroom to access resources including the 2020 free-response questions, personal progress checks, the question bank, and practice exams aligned to the current course.
To preserve the large number of new FRQs for teacher use, only teachers have access to the 2020 FRQs.If you are a higher education faculty member interested in seeing questions, please fill out this request form.
2019 Free-Response Questions
For free-response questions from the 2019 exam, along with scoring information, check out the table below.
Be sure to review the Chief Reader Report. In this invaluable resource, the chief reader of the AP Exam compiles feedback from members of the AP Reading leadership to explain how students performed on the FRQs, summarize typical student errors, and address specific concepts and content with which students have struggled the most that year.