The AP Environmental Science course is one of the most interesting science classes available because it covers aspects of geology, biology, chemistry, geography, and environmental studies. The course looks at wide variety of man-made environmental problems as well as those caused by nature. Our free AP Environmental Science practice test is a great place to start your exam prep.
AP Environmental Science Multiple Choice Questions:
Adverse soil erosion.
Changes to climatic conditions.
All of the above.
Transform fault boundary.
Mendel's Law of Segregation.
Using low flush toilets.
Using showerheads that limit water flow to 4.5 gallons per minute.
Mulching around trees and plants.
Public outreach campaigns.
Solar Thermal Power.
Solar Photovoltaic Power.
The Clean Air Act.
The Clean Water Act.
The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act.
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
The Endangered Species Act.
Stratosphere, Troposphere, Mesosphere, Thermosphere.
Troposphere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Thermosphere.
Stratosphere, Troposphere, Thermosphere, Mesosphere.
Troposphere, Thermosphere, Mesosphere, Stratosphere.
Mesosphere, Thermosphere, Troposphere, Stratosphere.
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About the AP Environmental Science Test:
Topics covered on the test include earth systems and resources, the living world, population, land and water use, energy resources and consumption, pollution, and global change.
The APES Exam is three hours long, with the time divided equally between free-response questions and multiple-choice. There are 100 AP Environmental Science multiple choice questions, which account for 60% of your final grade.
There are 4 free response essay questions, which account for 40% of your final grade. There is always 1 data-set question, 1 document-based question, and 2 synthesis and evaluation questions. No calculators are permitted on either section of the exam. Taking our AP Environmental Science practice test is a great way to start your test prep.