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explanation is weak (such as describing the difference only in terms of
comparing the means) or missing but reasonable graphs are included
incorrect graphs are included but the statements made about the distributions are
consistent with the given graphs.
graphs are missing but analysis extends the results of (a) and (b).
NOTE: Part (c) should be considered incorrect if graphs that use the frequencies
as data are constructed.
If student falls between two scores, read the paper holistically, keeping in mind the
number of major errors and quality of communication (4 = complete response, 3 =
substantial response, 2 = developing response, 1 = minimal response). Copyright © 2002 by College Entrance Examination Board. All rights reserved.
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2002 SCORING GUIDELINES (Form B)
Question 6 (cont’d.)
4 Complete Response
Essentially correct on all 3 parts. 3 Substantial Response
Essentially correct on any two parts and partially correct or incorrect on the
other part. 2 Developing Response
Essentially correct on one part and partially correct on at least one of the
other two parts
Partially correct on all three parts. 1 Minimal Response
Essentially correct on one part and incorrect on the other two
Partially correct on one or two parts and incorrect on the other(s). Copyright © 2002 by College Entrance Examination Board. All rights reserved.
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