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AP Chinese Exams - Mock tests and Preparation







Get a 5 in your AP Chinese Exam!

Earn your college credit or placement while in High School!


Most colleges and universities in the US have an AP policy that recognizes the abilities of incoming college students, by giving them credit or placement up to sophomore standing.  This certification may also prove handy later on should this be needed for future employment.

The AP Chinese Exams are held every May, so start practicing today!

Barron's AP Chinese Language and Culture: with Audio CDs (Barron's: the Leader in Test Preparation)


AP Chinese Language and Culture Simulated Tests by Bih-hsya Hsieh, Sunny X. Yu, 211 pages






















About the AP Chinese Language and Culture

Assesses Interpersonal, Interpretive and Presentational communication skills in Mandarin Chinese.
Also looks are your knowledge of Chinese culture.
  • Approximately 2 hours 15 minutes.
  • Exam is answered using the computer. (Student may use paper for notes, but these will be collected after.)
    • Can choose to read in Traditional or Simplified Chinese
    • May choose to type responses either in Pinyin or Bopomofo.

AP Chinese Exam has 2 sections:

Section I.   Interpersonal and Interpretive modes (multiple-choice questions)
  • Listening - Identify the appropriate continuation of a conversation.  Answer questions on different kinds of listening stimuli.
  • Reading - Answer questions about different reading texts.
Section II.  Interpersonal and Presentational modes (written and spoken responses)
  • Writing - Write a story as suggested by a series of pictures.  Student will also read and answer an e-mail message.
  • Speaking -  Respond to simulated conversation.  Student will make a presentation on a given aspect of Chinese culture.
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