## How are AP stats FRQS scored?

Each FRQ is scored on a scale of 0-4 points, for a total of 24 points on the section. Understand that you won’t earn a 4 point score by just including correct equations and answers; you need to demonstrate statistical analysis.

## What percent is a 5 on the AP stats exam?

15%

Course Units: AP Statistics students generally scored very well on questions about Units 1, 2, and 3, with ~18% of students answering all such questions correctly….AP Statistics Score Distributions, 2019 vs. 2021.

AP Score | 2019 | 2021 |
---|---|---|

5 | 15% | 16% |

4 | 18% | 20% |

3 | 27% | 22% |

2 | 19% | 17% |

**How many FRQS are on AP stats?**

6 free-response questions

The APĀ® Statistics exam includes 40 multiple-choice questions and 6 free-response questions, including one Investigative Task; the Investigative Task is simply a challenging free-response question that applies the material to a new context.

**How is FRQS graded?**

Most tests grade their free responses between 1 and 9, with 1 being least effective and 9 being nearly perfect. Your raw free-response score is the total of the scores you get for each response.

### What percent is a 3 on AP stats?

22.0%

Estimating Your AP Statistics Score

Composite Score | AP Score | Percentage of Students Earning Each Score (2021) |
---|---|---|

57-69 | 4 | 20.0% |

44-56 | 3 | 22.0% |

33-43 | 2 | 17.0% |

0-32 | 1 | 25.0% |

### What is a 3 on an AP exam equivalent to?

AP Exam scores of 3 are equivalent to grades of B-, C+, and C in college. The multiple-choice section is scored by computer.

**How do you do well in AP Statistics?**

Top 10 AP Statistics Exam Tips

- 1: Clearly communicate your understanding.
- 2: Always include context in your answers.
- 3: Be precise in your language and vocabulary.
- 4: Use appropriate notation.
- 5: Do not rely on your calculator.
- 6: Manage your time.
- 7: Do not leave anything blank.
- 8: Know the formula sheet.

**How is FRQs graded?**

## How do you ace an frq?

AP free response tips

- Practice. Answering essay questions generally requires a good deal of training and practice.
- Examine the question.
- Determine what’s required to answer the question.
- Choose your evidence.
- Develop a thesis.
- Support your thesis.
- Get examples from past exams.