Students have shown slightly stronger mastery of AP Chemistry this year than last year’s group did, increasing the % of 5s in particular.
1 student, out of 53,000, earned a perfect score of 90/90 pts on this year’s AP Physics C: Mechanics exam.
Usually, we don’t see so much score improvement from year to year; trend continues w/Physics C: E&M: a significant boost in %5s over 2015.
Students found Q3 on the development of railroads very easy, many earning all points possible on it.
On the AP European History Bismarck DBQ, ~3% of students earned all 7/7 points possible; most frequent score: 1/7.
In the Free-Response section, AP Chemistry students performed best on Q5 (kinetics / gas laws: butadiene).
FRQ6 on equilibrium/stoichiometry (EDTA) stumped the majority of students; 73% earned 0 points on it: spr.ly/6016Btung Since AP European History has a new exam this year, there's a detailed memo about results, posted for teachers here: spr.ly/6014BQ5y6 (needs an AP European History Teacher Community login) AP European History multiple-choice performance was solid, except on questions related to 1914-present.
Students generally scored best on FRQ3 (agriculture types); 7,000 students got all 7 pts on FRQ3: spr.ly/6015Bt Mmc While the exam was challenging for many, AP Physics 1 scores improved over last year: an increase of 2.3% in scores of 3 in North America.
The AP Physics data don't yet include international students, which typically boost AP Physics scores of 3 by another % point or two.
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