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Minimum to pass the AP World History Exam?

alondraaaalondraaa Registered User Posts: 26 Junior Member
My teacher told us that if we got 100% on the SAQ and at least 40% on everything else, we could get a three. When he says this, it makes it seem as though it's easy to pass, but the passing rates say otherwise. What do you think?

Replies to: Minimum to pass the AP World History Exam?

  • skieuropeskieurope Super Moderator Posts: 36,794 Super Moderator
    edited May 16
    I would agree with your teacher. Although the likelihood that you would get the top mark for each SAQ is slim.

    You can play around with the score calculator yourself.
    http://appass.com/calculators/world
  • alondraaaalondraaa Registered User Posts: 26 Junior Member
    To anyone who sees this now, somehow I managed a 3 ;)

    Honestly I didn't think I would do it since I gave up during the AP test and didn't finish my LEQ. I also did horribly on the DBQ. I tried really hard on the mcq's as well as the SAQ (although I pretty much bs that last one), so that must have saved me. I think that the curve was what saved me too, because I'm sure I BARELY passed. I was expecting a 2 and can't express how shocked I am to have recieved that score.
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