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Music Theory -- Previously Released Materials

This Released Exam is designed to support teachers' instruction of their students.

Please be advised that some information included in this Released Exam—including but not limited to office locations, contact information and exam instructions—may not reflect the current AP Course Description and exam in this subject.

For up-to-date information about this AP course and exam, please download the official AP Course Description for the AP Central web site at apcentral.collegeboard.com.

Free 1998 AP Music Theory Released Exam (.pdf/1.3M) 

No new scoring worksheet has been provided because the exam will not be administered with the new scoring method.

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