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The AP Latin exam will consist of 2 online free response questions. The total time for the exam will be 45 minutes. The test is open note and open book. Read more about the College Board's academic integrity policy.
Time on the exam will be divided between two questions. Each question will have a 5 minute upload period for students to submit their work. After a student submits their work for the first question, they will not be able to return back to it.
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The units covered on the 2021 AP Latin exam will be adjusted to encourage fairness amongst students who have missed varying levels of school due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Units covered: Units 1–4
Units not covered: Units 5–8
Time: 25 minutes
Question 1 presents students with a passage in Latin of approximately 5–10 lines from the required Vergil readings and a passage in Latin of approximately 50–75 words from the required Caesar readings. Both passages will draw from the required readings in Units 1–4. For each passage, students will be required to answer multiple questions.
Time: 15 minutes
Question 2 presents students with a passage in Latin of approximately 7-8 lines from the works of Vergil, to be read at sight. No glosses will be provided. Students will be required to answer multiple questions based on the passage.
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College Board is taking a strong stance against cheating on the 2021 online Latin test. The following anti-cheating measures will be deployed on testing day to prevent cheating amongst students:
Students found violating the academic integrity policy will suffer severe consequences, including: