Taking AP Precalculus prepares you for other college-level math and science courses. Our free AP Precalculus practice tests cover the the first three units from the course. There is a fourth unit, but it is not assessed on the AP Exam. Choose a practice test from the list below to start your Precalculus review!

## Free AP Precalculus Practice Tests

## AP Precalculus Exam

AP Precalculus is a rigorous course that culminates in one large proctored exam at the end of the year. This three-hour-long exam can be broken into two sections, each with multiple parts.

**Section I **is your multiple choice section. This section has a Part A and a Part B.

**Part A** is 80 minutes and 28 questions long. You are **not **allowed to use a calculator for these questions. 43.75% of your final exam score will come from this part.

**Part B** is 40 minutes and 12 questions long. You are **required** to use a graphing calculator for these questions. 18.75% of your final exam score will come from this part.

**Section II** of the exam is for free response questions. It also has a Part A and Part B.

**Part A** is 30 minutes and two questions long, both of which **require a graphing calculator.** Luckily, the topics of these questions are predetermined! Question 1 is about function concepts and question 2 is about modeling a non-periodic context. This part accounts for 18.75% of your final exam score.

**Part B**, the final portion of the exam, is also 30 minutes and two questions long, both of which **prohibit the use of calculators.** The questions are on modeling a periodic context and symbolic manipulations. This part accounts for 18.75% of your final exam score.

The best way to prepare for the AP exam is to get started early and test your skills often! Use our free AP Precalculus practice tests above to begin preparing for exam day.