I had a tutoring client for which I was doing several hours a week of lesson for AB Calculus. The class is at a private school, and harder than most AB Calculus classes. The mother got upset than the kid got a B on the first test after we had been doing about 6 hours/week tutoring. I told her that it was a review of precalculus and he had not had honors precalculus, so he was at a disadvantage.
I didn't understand initially, but apparently he got 100 on everything last school year after the lockdown, including the final, so someone at the school recommended he move up. However, he had learned close to nothing after the lockdown. As a result he got moved into an AP which he didn't belong in, and needed several hours of tutoring so as not to get a C or a D first semester senior year.
I recommend that parents be careful about moving students up in track, particularly senior year due to the effect on first semester senior year grades. I would also recommend being careful about being moved up due to grades during remote instruction. In fact many student would be better served getting tutoring for material they didn't learn during remote instruction.