AP Latin Score Calculator
With AP exam testing almost upon us, it’s important for those planning on taking this exam to determine their level of preparedness by working through past AP Latin Language (AP Latin) exams released by the College Board.
To determine your readiness, our team has put together an interactive AP Latin Language Score Calculator to show what AP® score you’d likely receive based on the previous year’s exam.
AP Latin Score Calculator
To calculate your possible AP Latin Language score, use the sliders below to adjust the 1 multiple-choice section and 5 free response questions. The curve for this score calculator is based on the most recently available scoring guidelines.
Note that the scores determined by our AP Score Calculators should only be used as an approximation, and future AP Latin Language exams may differ from previously administered AP Latin exams. The calculator will give you an idea whether you’re close to a potential score cutoff or within your ideal (or nonideal) target score range.
Why Use Exam Strategist’s AP Latin Score Calculator?
Exam Strategist uses only the most recent past exams and official scoring worksheets released by the College Board to give you the best estimate of your current AP Latin competency level. The score calculator was designed to help students minimize their worry about future scores by better understanding how raw scores on the AP Latin Language exam are converted to the scaled 1-5 AP® scores.
Frequently Asked Questions: AP Latin Score Calculator
Based on the 2022 AP score distributions, only 11.2% of students received a 5. Alternatively, you would need to have earned 69.2% of the total available composite points on the AP Latin exam to score a 5.
In 2022, 16.1% of students received a 4 on the AP Latin exam. Additionally, you would have needed to correctly earn 60.8% of the total available points to earn a 4 on the AP Latin Language exam.
According to the College Board’s AP score distributions, 29.8% of students earned a 3 on the AP Latin Language exam. In order to achieve a 3 on the 2022 exam, you’ll have needed to correctly answer 47.5% of the questions.
The multiple-choice section accounts for 40% of the total composite score, while the free-response sections account for 60%. Raw scores are scaled along a grading curve and converted to the 1-5 AP® scores.
Thanks for checking out our AP Latin score calculator. Feel free to reach out via our contact page with any suggestions or questions you may have. And best of luck on your 2023 AP Latin exam!
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