# AP Statistics Practice Tests

AP Statistics provides an introduction to analyzing, collecting, and working with statistical data. Students will build their skills in four key areas: selecting statistical methods, data analysis, using probability and simulation, and statistical argumentation. Pick one of our free AP Statistics practice tests to start your exam prep right now.

## AP Statistics exam

The course content is divided into nine units, each with a different weighting on the final exam:

• Exploring One-Variable Data: 15–23% of the exam
• Exploring Two-Variable Data: 5–7% of the exam
• Collecting Data: 12–15% of the exam
• Probability, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions: 10–20% of the exam
• Sampling Distributions: 7–12% of the exam
• Inference for Categorical Data: Proportions: 12–15% of the exam
• Inference for Quantitative Data: Means: 10–18% of the exam
• Inference for Categorical Data: Chi-Square: 2–5% of the exam
• Inference for Quantitative Data: Slopes: 2–5% of the exam

The exam is made up of multiple choice and free response questions.

The multiple choice section has 40 questions, takes 90 minutes, and accounts for half of your final score.

The free response section has 6 questions, takes 90 minutes, and accounts for half of your final score. The FRQ section can be further broken down into Part A and Part B.

Part A has five questions, each with a different primary focus: collecting data, exploring data, probability and sampling distributions, inference, and a final question that combines two or more skills.

Part B is an investigative task that brings together multiple skills and units into one unique application.

Our free AP Stats practice questions cover all nine units of the course, and they will help you prepare for the final exam. Start your exam prep today! Test your knowledge with the quizzes above and then review our detailed answer explanations to learn the “why” behind each right or wrong answer.