You can identify an FRQ in an assignment by looking for the label in the top right corner (i.e. Free Response, Document Based, Short Answer, Long Answer, etc).
Albert does not yet support submitting answers to FRQs directly within the platform. However, Albert offers downloadable and printable student answer sheets, which can be found in the directions beneath every prompt. If you are completing an FRQ as a part of a classroom assignment, check with your teacher on which option to use to submit your answers.
There are three options for submitting your FRQ response to your teacher. After checking with your teacher to determine which option they want you to use follow the directions below:
Option 1: Google Docs
Option 2: Microsoft Word, RTFs
Option 3: Print the answer sheet and complete by hand
AP® Humanities Directions: Click the option three link in the FRQ answer sheet template to access a printable version of the answer sheet.
After completing an Albert FRQ in an assignment, remember to click the blue Mark as Completed button located at the bottom of the question so your teacher knows you have completed it.
Afterward, you will have access to a sample response and a detailed rubric for the FRQ you answered.