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Changes to the AP Test Schedule 2020


An empty classroom: Coronavirus closures have altered the AP test schedule 2020

Springtime is synonymous with testing season for millions of high school students. While some students may prep for final exams and others will inevitably tackle the ACT or SAT, over a million also take Advanced Placement (AP) exams each year.

The AP test schedule is always a topic of conversation, but with the coronavirus closing most schools across the country, this is even more true now. It comes as no surprise that the AP test schedule 2020 may be the source of some confusion, but there's no need to worry. We have all the info you need, right here.

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The ACT Science Test


ACT Science ​ Welcome to the ACT Science test, where you’ll see complicated graphs, dry text, and arguing scientists. The big secret to the ACT Science test is this: it’s a glorified reading test. There’s very little actual science knowledge you’ll need to know to succeed on this section. ​

The Basics

​ The test is 35 minutes long, consisting of 40 questions split over 7 passages. The passages you’ll see on the ACT Science Test can be sorted into three different categories: ​ Research Summary, which asks you to evaluate the design, data, and conclusion of an experiment. There will be three Research Summary passages on the test. ​ Data Representation, which asks you to interpret charts, tables, graphs, and diagrams. There will be three Data Representation passages on the test. ​ And finally, Conflicting Viewpoints will present two or more theories on a scientific topic. There will only be one Conflicting Viewpoint passage on the test. ​ Check out TutorMe’s ACT Preparation Course for in depth breakdowns and strategy for each of these categories. ​

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