2006 FORM B Stats Questions POSTED ALREADY!?!?!

<p>WOW. . . so yeah, these kids haven't even taken their exam yet, and the FRQs are posted.</p>

<p>Free access on collegeboard.com, late test takers. Go quick, learn all the questions!</p>

<p>That's ridiculous</p>

<p>and look at their #6 . . . doesn't seem as difficult as our random chi squared s whatever question.</p>


<p>I feel like I got cheated. First, 2 kids get to take their exam in a separate room because they had an earlier AP exam the same day. Second, they get to take it with a more lenient proctor, so they got LOADS of extra time. And then people that skip the exam get easier questions already posted before they even open their FR packet?!</p>

<p>There better be a ****in good curve.</p>

<p>Or maybe Form B is for international students?</p>

<p>And Form C for late test takers??</p>

<p>No . . . . . . I always only see two forms only . .
collegeboard: W T F?</p>

<p>OH what the... check English and all the other AP's that passed the 48 hour deadline o.O</p>

<p>Bleh, Form B seems a lot easier... (esp. number 6)</p>

<p>oh i just read this on the CB website:</p>

<p>Important Note About the "Form B" Exams
Because of the worldwide growth of the AP Program and the administration of exams in multiple time zones, another version of the AP English Language and Composition Exam, called "Form B," may be administered in order to maintain security.</p>

<p>so maybe FOrm B is administered in Alaska or somewhere (can someone confirm this?) and the late tests are never released</p>

<p>Ohh...okay thanks prometheus. . . yeah .. I think the AP tests are getting to my head lolz.. . .</p>

<p>Yeah their #6 was hella easier, form B is almost always easier. :(</p>

<p>Actually according to primeminister who's already finished with his Friday exams because he lives in tokyo:</p>


man now I should really take the late test huh. so easy with those FRs posted right on the site. :rolleyes:</p>