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Does anyone know how to calculate the AP Calc grade based on the raw scores for the multiple-choice questions and free response questions? Is there a website or something where I can input my raw scores and it will give me an estimated AP score? Thanks a lot!

8 months ago

Calculating your AP Calculus grade based on raw scores can be a bit tricky, since the way raw scores are converted to AP scores can vary slightly from year to year depending on the difficulty of that year's exam. However, you can still get an estimated AP score using the following general guideline:

1. Multiple-Choice (MC) Questions: Typically, the AP Calculus AB and BC exams each include 45 multiple-choice questions. Each correct answer is worth 1 point. Calculate your raw MC score by adding up the number of correct answers.

2. Free Response Questions (FRQ): Both the AP Calculus AB and BC exams have six free response questions. Free response questions are graded on a scale from 0 to 9 points each. Add up your FRQ scores to get your total FRQ raw score.

3. Combine MC and FRQ Raw Scores: Now add your raw MC score and raw FRQ score together. This is your total raw score for the AP Calculus exam.

4. Convert Raw Scores to Estimated AP Score: The raw score to AP score conversion varies depending on the difficulty of the exam that year and how the College Board decides to adjust the scoring. That being said, here's a rough estimate you can use:

- AP Calculus AB:

- 5: Approximately 65-108 (raw score range)

- 4: Approximately 53-64

- 3: Approximately 42-52

- 2: Approximately 0-41

- AP Calculus BC:

- 5: Approximately 64-108 (raw score range)

- 4: Approximately 53-63

- 3: Approximately 39-52

- 2: Approximately 0-38

Keep in mind, though, that these ranges are just estimates, and might not be 100% accurate for the year you took the exam.

Unfortunately, there isn't an official website where you can input raw scores to calculate an estimated AP score. You might find some unofficial online calculators or AP score predictors by doing a web search. However, be cautious with unofficial tools as, again, the conversion can vary from year to year. It's best to wait for official AP score results to know your actual score.

Best of luck - I hope you have an excellent score coming your way soon!

8 months ago

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