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Important: Because of school closures due to COVID-19, we’re offering at-home testing for the 2020 AP Latin Exam as well as free resources to help you prepare. For more details, visit the 2020 AP Coronavirus Updates AP Latin exam page. Note that any related adjustments to 2020 AP Exams, such as length or content covered, may not be reflected on all AP Students pages.
The AP Latin Exam will test your understanding of the Latin literary concepts covered in the course units, as well as your ability to translate Latin texts into English.
50 questions 1hr 50% of Score
5 questions 2hrs 50% of Score
The two-hour time limit for this section includes a 15-minute reading period. The free-response section includes three types of questions:
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2019 AP Latin Free-Response Questions and Scoring Guidelines
Review the released free-response questions and the scoring guidelines.
AP Latin Exam Free-Response Question and Scoring Information Archive
Review free-response questions, sample student responses, and scoring guidelines from 2018 and earlier.