June 20, 2012
-- Each year, more than a million students world-wide take the Advanced Placement Exams in May. Students scoring well on these exams may earn college credit for these courses taken in high school.
As soon as the exams are completed the scoring process begins. The multiple choice portion of the exams are scored by machine, while the written portions are scored by teams of "readers". After the reading each student's score is calculated. Before individual scores are available the first part of July, the score distributions are released. The College Board's head of AP, Trevor Packer, recently began tweeting the 2012 AP Exam Score Distributions.
Total Registration has been compiling these score distributions into an easy to reference, sortable table. Trevor's insightful notes about the scoring, overall performance and struggles are also included with the score distributions.
The 2012 AP Exam Score Distributions can be accessed at http://www.totalregistration.net/
118 . There are several exams that have not had the distributions published. These will be added as they are announced.
Total Registration providers of online AP, PSAT and IB exam registration is excited to provide this recently publicized information.
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