The AP test for this course consists of two sections. Section I, administered over a period of 90 minutes, consists of 63 multiple-choice questions and 6 mathematics-related fill in questions. Students are allowed to use a four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator.  Calculators are generally needed for this mathematics portion, and are allowed on the test day. Section II, which also lasts 90 minutes, consists of 2 essay prompts to be answered comprehensively by the student, as well as 6 shorter essays that require concise answers. 
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You can download and preview AP Biology test questions and answers in text format or you can download in MS Word format . You may also be interested in traveling to the College Board and learning more about the AP Program and about AP Biology. For those who have attended my workshops, but didn't receive the handout , you can download it. If you have questions about the laboratories , you may wish to visit the University of Georgia AP Biology web site.