The AP Spanish Language exam is designed by the College Board to test your written and spoken fluency at the advanced college level. The test is approximately 2.5 hours long and is scored on a 1-5 scale.
The 2013 test date for the AP Spanish Language exam is Tuesday, May 2 at 8:00 a.m.
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|Section I||Multiple Choice||70-75 questions||50%||85-90 min.|
|Part A: Listening||Short and Long Dialogues and Narratives||30-35 questions||20%||30-35 min.|
|Part B: Reading||Reading Comprehension||35-40 questions||30%||50-60 min.|
|Section II||Free Response||50%||Approx. 85 min.|
|Part A: Writing||Informal Writing||1 prompt (10%)
|30%||Approx. 65 min.|
|Formal Writing (Integrated Skills)
||1 prompt (20%)
|Part B: Speaking||Informal Speaking
|5-6 response prompts (10%) 20 seconds to respond to each||20%||Approx. 20 min.|
|Formal Oral Presentation
|1 prompt (10%)
2 minutes to respond