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AP calc multiple choice weird numbering

WamasterWamaster Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
edited December 2013 in AP Tests Preparation
Just wondering any ideas why Calculus AB/BC numbering for the multiple choice is weird...
Like Part A is 1-28 & part 2 there is a jump 76-92 (rather then 29 –-45)

Just curious
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Replies to: AP calc multiple choice weird numbering

  • WamasterWamaster Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
    Even if you factor in the free response questions that wouldn't justify the 49 question gap...
  • Chessy18Chessy18 Registered User Posts: 201 Junior Member
    They do it so when the proctor is looking around, they can easily distinguish whether you are working on the calculator part. Since on the answer sheet, the 76-92 will be on another page. They don't want kids using calculators on part I.
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