hey folks! i wanted to share some background on why we're not creating a a dedicated practice test this year, and also share some additional resources you might consider looking at.
first, to the point about us creating more AP prep resources-- this is on the top of our list going into next year. until we see the real test, it's hard to feel like we've got a good enough sense of how the learning objectives will translate to questions to develop a practice test that we're confident in. going into next year we'll be incorporating more sample problems along with ideas and supports for integrating preparation for the exam over the whole year.
in the meantime, the resources shared here are great for you to leverage. also check out this review quiz from the folks over at mobile CSP, which looks to have a number of questions from the course and exam description (or, the purple book) as well as some vocabulary review.
don't forget that you got a full sample test as part of your AP audit, which is available when you're signed in on the college board portal. and, of course, you can always look back at the chapter assessment questions from past units (i promise students don't remember how they answered a question from unit 1 ) as well as the AP-style programming questions that are all in pseudocode, available at the end of unit 5.