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If you're an AP Human Geography Student, then you probably know that the exam is changing in May 2020. The updates make the test more predictable and easier to prepare for—and both of those things are good news for you.

For starters, the multiple-choice section is getting shorter. In previous years, it had 75 questions. This year, it features just 60 questions. To earn a score of 4 or 5, you'll need to get at least 40 of those 60 questions correct. You've got this. 

Changes to the free-response questions are also to your benefit. The three FRQs will remain consistent from year to year—so you can prepare efficiently and effectively.

To learn more about how the AP Human Geography exam is changing—and what you can expect—watch this short video. Our Editor-in-Chief Rob Franek breaks it all down.

As you prepare for AP Human Geography and all of your AP exams, know that we are here for you, and we are always cheering you on!