Exam Description: The AP Chemistry exam is divided into 2 sections. The first section consists of 75 multiple-choice questions. This section is worth 45% of your total score. Section I is divided into 3 categories. These consist of: Calculations, Conceptual, and Factual.
The second section of this exam consists of four categories. These are: writing and predicting chemical equations, an equilibrium problem, mathematical essays, and nonmathematical essays. This is worth a total of 55% of your exam.
This exam will cover Section I of the AP Chemistry exam. You may use a periodic table on this section.
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