AP Human Geography Practice Exams
There are plenty of great AP Human Geography practice exams available. Our list below shows the very best options to choose from. Start your test prep right now!
ALBERT’s Geography Tests
Hundreds of challenging AP Geography questions that are organized by topic. Mostly free, but full access requires a subscription.
AP Human Geography Practice Test
A great set of free practice tests that cover all 7 topics from the course. These questions are very similar to those found on the AP exams. Detailed explanations are included.
This is a free online AP Human Geography practice test from Barron’s. A complete test that includes a full set of free response questions as well.
REA Practice Test
Another full-length practice test that features multiple choice and free response questions. Detailed explanations are included.
Textbook Self Tests
Multiple-choice quizzes for each of the 14 chapters of Human Geography: People, Place, and Culture by de Blij, Murphy, and Fouberg.
More Chapter Quizzes
At the Student Center for Fellmann’s Human Geography: Landscapes of Human Activities you will find two interactive quizzes for each chapter. Tons of practice questions!
Online quizzes for all 14 units of the course. There are also some cool map quizzes and world capitals quizzes. Be sure to check out this amazing resource!
Quia Practice Test
This is a really cool fill-in-the-blank AP Geo practice test. It was posted on Quia by Mrs. Christine Bell, and features a total of 40 challenging questions.
Practice Test 2010
Here’s another Quiz test to try. this one features 200 AP Geography multiple choice questions. A nice way to prepare for your final exam.
Practice Test 2011
Another 179 questions from Mrs. Bell. This even includes one essay question at the end.
Quizlet Exam Flashcards
Hundreds of amazing flashcards to help with your final exam review. These 929 terms can also be reviewed as a practice test or a matching game.
Check out these 948 free online flashcards. The cool thing about these is that you can choose to review the whole set or just focus on specific topics.