AP Exam Curve (late testing)

<p>Hello Everyone,
I would really appreciate some help here. I feel like I am between a 4 and a 5 on AP US which I just took late testing today. Although, I don't feel very strong about the essay's, I am a little unsure. By my estimates I keep getting a 5 on AP pass, but I am not sure how accurate it is. I was wondering what the curve for AP US was, and if you know what is the late testing curve.... I am nervous. Thanks for any help, please let me know.</p>

<p>ps if you took late US testing what did you think?</p>

<p>I don't know much about late testing, but I felt the same way after I took the APUSH exam last year, but ended up getting a 5. Really, don't worry too much, because they do their best to make it as fair as possible. You'll probably get a 5.</p>

<p>Ok Thanks a lot. I am just worried by essays might be a little un-orginized and that the analysis might not be top-notch on all the docs. I guess I was wondering how others thought it was?</p>

<p>Late testing curves aren't released as far as I know. Keep in mind that the curve will probably be a bit harder as there is no guessing penalty; AP Pass just uses the old curves. If you're getting 5's by a comfortable margin, you will probably get a 5. Even if not, you have a good chance of getting a 5. Anyway, there's little point in worrying about it now, the test is done.</p>

<p>AP Pass has scaled their curves in response to the no guessing penalty.</p>

<p>Ok well thanks about that. I am a worrier, it happened last year and I scored 5 so I am hoping that is what is going to happen, I don't know. Do you all suppose that the curve on the late testing is better, similar to, or harder then the curve on the normal test.</p>

<p>Either similar or slightly easier, just because the B test always seems to be harder than the A test but you don't really hear much about the curves for the B test I don't think, so I can't really verify.</p>

<p>Some people say harder.</p>

<p>It's probably around the same.</p>