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AP Environmental Science Exam Preparation

The College Board has created this set of videos as an overview for the 2020 AP Exams. Please click on the title above to go to their page and view the videos as you prepare for the AP Biology Exam.

The 2020 AP Environmental Science Exam is "open note." Make sure you watch episode #4 regarding the rules on the link above. Please get your Interactive AP Environmental Science Notebook ready for exam day on May 18.

College Board Pages and Documents

Review sessions produced by the College Board this year in response to the COVID-19 closures, these may be specific to the content on the 2020 AP Environmental Science Exam.

As you prepare, go to the AP Classroom website and complete the "Unit Progress Check: FRQ" for each unit.

2020 AP Testing Guide

Presentation about the 2020 AP Exams

2020 AP Exam Day Checklist

Print this out and have it ready to use on exam day!

This is a comprehensive guide that will walk you through exam preparation and give you an overview of the 2020 AP Exams.

Content Review Sheets

These review sheets summarize the content knowledge that is essential for performing well on the AP Environmental Science Exam. Since the exam will be "open note" in 2020, it might be a good idea to print these, annotate them, and put them in your Interactive AP Environmental Science Notebook as you prepare for exam day.

Earth Systems and Resources

The Living World


Land and Water Use

Energy Resources and Consumption


Global Change

The following sheets were shared with me by another APES teacher, who created them to be of "open note" use specifically on the 2020 AP Environmental Science Exam. As with the sheets above, you should print them, annotate them, and put them in your iNotebook as you prepare for exam day.

Chemistry Review Sheet

Experimental Design Review Sheet

Other Online Review Resources

This set of review materials includes some math review from David Hong.

If you are tired of reading, these videos might be helpful.

Math skills review from the Chemistry Department at Texas A&M

You should practice the different ways to submit exam responses. This demo was created by College Board. Just use "PRACTICE" instead of your exam ID when you are practicing.

Math skills review from the Chemistry Department at Texas A&M

Be aware of what resources you may use during your exam, and how to access them.

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