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About AP Biology Exam

The AP Biology Exam assesses your understanding of the biological concepts covered in the course units, as well as your ability to utilize the scientific method and analyze data.

AP Biology Grades

There is no negative marking and no points are awarded for unanswered questions.

AP Biology Grades Definition
5 (A) Extremely Well Qualified
4 (A-, B+, B) Well Qualified
3 (B-, C, C+) Qualified
2 Possibly Qualified
1 No Recommendation

AP Biology Exam Calculator Policy

You are allowed to use a four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator on the entire AP Biology Exam–including both the multiple-choice and free response sections.

The Exam

The AP Biology exam runs for 3hrs and has 2 sections.

Section I - 60 Multiple Choice Questions - 1hr30minutes

Total weightage : 50%

The multiple-choice section includes individual, single questions as well as sets of questions that refer to the same diagram or data presentation.

Section II Free Response Questions - 1hr30minutes

Total weightage : 50%

The free-response section includes two long free-response questions and four short-answer questions.

AP Biology Exam Syllabus

1.1 The structure and chemical properties of water

1.2 The makeup and properties of macromolecules

1.3 The structure of DNA and RNA

2.1 Cellular components and functions of those components

2.2 Cell interaction with its environment

2.3 The cell membrane structure and function

2.4 Cell regulatory mechanisms like osmosis and selective permeability

2.5 Cellular compartmentalization

3.1 The structure and function of enzymes

3.2 The role of energy in living systems

3.3 The processes of photosynthesis

3.4 The processes of cellular respiration

3.5 Molecular diversity and cellular response to environmental changes

4.1The mechanisms of cell communication

4.2 Signal transduction

4.3 Cellular responses and feedback mechanisms

4.4 The events in a cell cycle

5.1 The process and function of meiosis

5.2 The concepts genetic diversity

5.3 Mendel’s laws and probability

5.4 Non-mendelian Inheritance

5.5 Factors affecting inheritance and gene expression

6.1 The roles and functions of DNA and RNA

6.2 The mechanisms of gene expression

6.3 How genotype affects phenotype

6.4 Mutations, genetic diversity, and natural selection

6.5 Genetic engineering and biotechnology

7.1 Evidential support for evolution and common ancestry

7.2 The mechanisms of natural selection and speciation

7.3 Environmental and human-caused factors in evolution

7.4 Charting species ancestry through phylogenetic trees and cladograms

7.5 Extinction

7.6 Models of the origin of life on Earth

8.1 Communication and responses to environmental changes

8.2 Energy flow within and across ecosystems

8.3 Factors in the growth, density, and success of populations

8.4 Factors in community and ecosystem dynamics

8.5 Invasive species, human interaction, and environmental changes