Some background. These are the only AP exams he will take. He's a junior and his school doesn't allow AP classes until junior year and then only allows two.
His PSAT scores for CR and W were both 77 with almost no test prep - no SAT scores in yet. Also his AP English Language teacher seems to be doing good test prep in what she's teaching them. And he got a 95 in the class last marking period. And he's always been a great and fast writer. So we're thinking that he should just stay with the program and he'll probably get a 5.
But AP Spanish is a different story. Since he has little experience here it's hard to know how well he'll do. But he's never had the same talent in Spanish that he has in English. So a 3 is possible.
So we're thinking that the extra time may make a difference between a 3 and a 4 or 5 in Spanish.