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2018 AP Results

1IBstudent1IBstudent Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
AP results are coming in a couple days :| !! What exams did you guys take / what scores are you most nervous about?

Replies to: 2018 AP Results

  • zbrown01zbrown01 Registered User Posts: 65 Junior Member
    I took (prediction):
    AP Chemistry - (4)
    AP US History - (4/5, not sure which)
    AP English Lang - (5)
    AP Comp Sci A - (5)

    CSA and Lang were pretty straightforward I thought, I wouldn't even be surprised if I got a perfect score on CSA although that is very rare. US History was also straightforward but I didn't study much for it, so the multiple choice kinda got me while the free response section was actually fairly easy. I'm a fairly science-oriented student, so if I had any other teacher than the one I had I definitely would've gotten a 5, but my teacher was pretty bad, out constantly and then got fired for some weird reasons like a month before the exam, so we had literally no review on top of the nothing we had already learned so I had been self studying the entire year. After seeing some draft answers for the FRQs I realize I killed them but I didn't feel confident about the multiple choice so I'm assuming I got a 4. All 5s would be nice but I don't think I got it.
  • zbrown01zbrown01 Registered User Posts: 65 Junior Member
    (after US I started to talk about Chem if you couldn't tell, lol)
  • Senioritis2019Senioritis2019 Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
    I took physics 1, gov, lang, and calc ab, and physics 1 was the hardest by far
  • ProfessorPlum168ProfessorPlum168 Registered User Posts: 2,217 Senior Member
    edited June 2018
    Predictions from my kid:
    Physics C - E&M 3, Mechanics 4 - by far the most difficult class he took in HS
    Lit - 4 with an outside shot at 5 - the class was very difficult though. This is the most important one for him since getting a 5 will let him skip out of a class.
    CS A - easy 5, a lot of the programming material was like from junior high
    Psychology - 5 though it was a lot of writing in the class
    Stats - 5, small chance of 4 - class was very time consuming, lots of homework
    US Govt - easy 5
    MacroEcon (self study) - probably a 3, hopefully not a 2, didn’t study much. Macro and Micro Econ was taken in the second semester as an Honors class. Macro didn’t even start until April, after he had already gotten his acceptances....
    MicroEcon (self study) - probably a 3, maybe a 4

    Previous tests from the last 2 years:
    Bio - 4
    USH - 4
    Calc BC - 5
    English Language - 5
    Chem - 5

  • awesomepolyglotawesomepolyglot Registered User Posts: 3,855 Senior Member
    APUSH: 5 (score calculator says by like ONE point... yike)
    Lang: 4
    Chem: 5
    Physics 1: 4

    Past tests:
    Bio: 5
    APHG: 5
  • coolboy456781coolboy456781 Registered User Posts: 21 Junior Member
    I took AP Chem, easy 5.
  • excovererexcoverer Registered User Posts: 612 Member
    I only took AP World this year, and I am expecting a 4. I would really like a 5, but honestly, I feel like it is too good to be true. I'll update you guys on this later if I remember.

    Good luck to all of you!

    Have a good day!
  • amelior8_2019amelior8_2019 Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
    I only took AP Lit and I'm guessing probably a 4.
  • 1IBstudent1IBstudent Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    AP Psych = 4/5 (really hoping for a 5)
    AP Stats = 4
  • Torih112Torih112 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    I only took AP World History.
    My score prediction is a 3 but I need a 4 to get credit at the school that I want.
  • TAMS2021HopefulTAMS2021Hopeful Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    I only took AP Human Geo
    I would guess a 5 (based on the score calculator) but I know I completely messed up one FRQ...
  • bookworm13579bookworm13579 Registered User Posts: 35 Junior Member
    I took 6 tests this year: AP Psych, AP English Language, AP European History, AP Human Geo, AP Environmental Science, and AP US Gov. Due to me being out of town for debate regionals, I had to take all the tests except Psych and Lang as make-ups. Here's my predictions:

    Psych- felt strong on FRQs, but MC was tougher than my practice tests. 4 or 5.

    Lang- MC was pretty good. I felt great about my synthesis essay, bad about my analysis essay, and fine about my argument essay. 4 or 5 again.

    Euro- MC was really hard! But the FRQs were easier than I'd expected. 4.

    Human Geo- I thought this was going to be one of my easy exams but honestly felt like I bombed it. MC were surprisingly difficult, and FRQs weren't a breeze either. 3.

    APES- Also surprisingly tough. MC were challenging, and one of my FRQs was super vague because I didn't have a lot of knowledge about the topic. 3.

    US Gov- Surprisingly easy. I breezed through the MC and only had like 3 questions that I wanted to go back and check. Even those questions were pretty easy for me to narrow down after I thought about them for a couple minutes. One FRQ I didn't know a court case referenced, but other than that FRQs were good too. 5.

    On a side note, does anyone know if make-up test scores come out at the same time as regular testing scores?
  • ab2002ab2002 Registered User Posts: 640 Member
    edited July 2018
    1) European History: 4
    I honestly think that I bombed the multiple-choice, but I dominated the responses.

    2) Psychology: 4 or 5
    I’m on the fence for which I’ll get. There’s no way I got below a 4.
  • r2v2018r2v2018 Registered User Posts: 303 Member
    edited July 2018
    I'm estimating the following:

    Art History: 4
    Chemistry: 3
    Macroeconomics: 3
    US Government: 4
    English Literature: 4

    Previous scores:
    Biology: 5
    English Language: 4
    Psychology: 5
    +36 credits through 12 dual enrollment classes

    I already graduated last month, so I'd like to think that I'm indifferent, but I am already pretty shook to say the least, tbh. My teachers are gonna be pissed if I didn't meet their expectations since they have to send in predicted scores for every student and it doesn't look good for them if they are better than what we actually got.

    (also now that I am out of my school, which strongly favors AP and other programs, I prefer dual enrollment; I honestly wish I did it full time instead of any of these classes, but you never know who reads here so shhh)
  • coolboy456781coolboy456781 Registered User Posts: 21 Junior Member
    @r2v2018 I prefer dual enrollment too. Your credits are guaranteed if you pass.
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