The lowest composite scores for ap grades of 4 3 and

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Unformatted text preview: ce of AP students with that of college students in comparable college courses. These studies help set the “cut points” that determine how AP students’ composite scores are translated into an AP grade of 1 to 5. In general, an AP grade of 5 is equivalent to the average score for college students earning grades of A. The lowest composite scores for AP grades of 4, 3, and 2 are equivalent to the average scores for students with college grades of B, C, and D, respectively. © 2007 The College Board. All rights reserved. Visit the College Board on the Web: www.collegeboard.com. 2 007 6 Bulletin for AP Students and Parents 2 007-08 security Exam Security Policies and Procedures The AP Program’s standards and procedures for administering exams have two primary goals: to give students equal opportunity to demonstrate their abilities, and to prevent students from gaining unfair advantages. Therefore, the AP Program reserves the right to cancel any grade when, in its judgment, any of the following occurs: 1. Violation of exam security policies and procedures: On exam day, you are required to sign your answer sheet, indicating that you are aware of, and agree to, all of the policies in the Bulletin. You also must sign the covers of the multiple-choice and free-response booklets, affirming statements related to the security of the exam. The exam security policies and procedures you agree to are: • Exams must be administered on the established schedule. The exam administration may never begin before the official starting time, and may begin only up to one hour after the official starting time on the specified days. If an exam is offered to you at an incorrect date or time, you must refuse to take it; instead, contact the Office of Testing Integrity to arrange to take an alternate exam. • Exam materials must be kept sealed so that no one sees the questions beforehand. • Because multiple-choice questions are sometimes reused, no one must see the multiple-choice questions except you, the student, during the exam. • You should not, under any circumstances, take multiple-choice questions from...
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