AP® Exam Review Sessions
SMART REVIEW FOR A NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN TEST
Prepare for the new AP format with 12 review classes covering the material and free-response questions you'll see on test day. A lot is uncertain right now—we'll help you get the credit you've worked for all year.
Prep On Demand
Get 12 review sessions, plus online access to Kaplan's AP book.
Watch on demand at your own pace - anytime, anywhere.
- Online access to the Kaplan AP prep book
- 12 review sessions led by an expert teacher
- New content review and practice free-response questions in each lesson
- Online access to the slide decks and questions from each lesson
- Planning worksheets to outline the question types you'll see on test day
- On-demand sessions you can watch anytime, on any device
Free-response questions require a deep understanding of the material and an efficient strategy. Our seasoned teachers know the AP exam inside and out and will provide an in-depth understanding of everything you need to know. You’ll be fully prepared for this year's all free-response question exam.
Frequently Asked Questions
What's changed about AP exams this year?
As most schools are closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, CollegeBoard has announced the 2020 AP exams will be administered at home. This year’s tests will be free-response only, 45 minutes long, and taken online on any device. CollegeBoard will also accept photographs of written work.
What about multiple choice questions?
There will be no multiple choice questions on the 2020 AP exams. We know many students have been anticipating and studying for MCQs, and the switch to free-response questions is daunting. The good news is that you can apply all of that knowledge to the FRQs. We’ll teach you step-by-step methods for tackling the FRQs you’ll see on the exam.
What do these review sessions cover?
Each session includes a combination of exam strategy and targeted, thematic content review. The 12 classes cover different material and have fresh practice FRQs, so you'll touch on all of the most important exam content.
Free-response questions have multiple parts and typically ask for a broader knowledge base than traditional multiple choice questions. This means FRQs need a different approach than simply memorizing information. Review sessions discuss FRQ strategy in depth - you’ll learn how to spend your time efficiently, how to organize your thoughts upfront before diving in, and which details to make sure you emphasize in your answers.
How long is each session?
Each session is a recording of a 55-minute class. The classes ran from April 20 - May 7, and were designed specifically for this year's at home, free-response test.
What if I miss a session?
No problem! Each class covers fresh material and new sample free-response questions. If you miss a session, you can watch a recording later - any time that works for you.
When will I get my book?
As part of the course, you'll receive online access to a pdf of the Kaplan AP prep book. You'll receive an email within 48 hours of signing up with directions on how to access your copy (be sure to check your spam filter).
Are this year's AP exams open book?
Yes. The 2020 AP exams will be completely open book and open note. This may seem surprising, but it ensures a level playing field since tests will be taken at home.