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# AP Calculus AB Exam

edited April 2011
I will be taking the ap calc ab exam in about a month... I was wondering is it possible to get a 5 on the ap exam if you get 100% on the MC and about 50% on FR? I know you can't get a 5 with that without the scaling/curving whatever its called.
edited April 2011
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## Replies to: AP Calculus AB Exam

• 1914 replies78 threads Senior Member
I think 75% is enough for a 5...
• 225 replies69 threads Junior Member
what about... lets say a 80% on mc and 50% on fr?
• 41 replies0 threads Junior Member
My Calc teacher recently gave my class a previously administered exam for which you only needed 63% of possible points to get a 5. I think the curve is typically very lenient.
But now you can guess freely without losing any points, so the curve will be more harsh now...probably 75-80%.