This was posted on a Facebook group for AP exam readers of this past summer (For anyone interested in contributing to and accessing a crowd-sourced question bank):
For AP CSP Teachers looking for high-quality sample multiple-choice questions, I have some good news and some bad news.
The good news, of course, is that the College Board has announced that a question bank of just such questions will be available in 2019.
The bad news, of course, is that 2017 and 2018 come before 2019.
You may recall that I made an announcement at the end of the reading about crowd-sourcing a question bank. Approximately 50 of the readers from the 2017 AP CSP exam have banded together to create a Readers Question Bank. Overseen by a six-person executive council, this group will be making this resource available for free under a creative commons attribution license to all interested AP CSP teachers. They will be available enough in advance of the AP exam to be a useful resource for review. We have refined a fairly sophisticated process of question creation, tracking, and review in order to create a balanced distribution of high-quality AP-style questions. I have attached a sample to give you a sense of the questions. We anticipate having roughly 300 questions available by early spring.
Now that we have a reasonable process in place, I am reaching out to other readers to consider participating. One of the benefits of being a question creator is preferentially early access to the question bank, allowing you use of the questions in your quizzes and unit tests throughout the year.
If you are interested please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include Readers Question Bank in the subject line.
Thanks for your interest, and look forward to providing you with a great resource,
W. Scott Stornetta, Ph.D.
Readers Question Bank Executive Council
p.s.: Finally, I should clarify that the Readers Question Bank is strictly a grass-roots effort, and we claim no official affiliation with or endorsement from the College Board.