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Frequently asked questions
What is AP Statistics?
AP Statistics is designed to be similar to an introductory non-calculus statistics college course and includes:
- Exploratory analysis
- Collecting and producing data
- Statistical inference
How long is the AP Statistics exam?
The AP Statistics exam is 3 hours long and includes two sections:
- Section I: 40 multiple-choice questions, 1 hour and 30 minutes, 50% of total score
- Section II: 6 free-response questions, 1 hour and 30 minutes, 50% of total score
Is AP Statistics hard?
AP Statistics is most often considered a medium-difficulty AP exam. It can be particularly challenging for students who do not excel in math, so fitting in plenty of exam-like practice ahead of time is a very good idea.
How is the AP Statistics exam scored?
Section I of the AP Statistics exam counts for half of your score and Section II counts for the other half.
What is on the AP Statistics exam?
The AP Statistics exam includes four major content areas:
- Exploring data, 20-30% of exam
- Sampling and experimentation, 10-15% of exam
- Anticipating patterns, 20-30% of exam
- Statistical inference, 30-40% of exam
Is there additional practice for the Rapid Review Live class?
The AP Statistics Rapid Review Live session features content and practice questions drawn from Barron's AP Statistics with CD-ROM, 9th Edition, available to buy from Barnes & Noble here. You don't need the book for the class.
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