# AP Calculus Score Calculator

The AP Calculus Score Calculator estimates your exam score by converting raw scores from both multiple-choice and free-response sections into a scaled score, aiding in effective exam preparation.

## How to Calculate AP Calculus Score

The AP Calculus score is calculated by combining the results from two main sections: multiple-choice questions and free-response questions. Each section contributes to the final score.

### 1. Multiple-Choice Section:

**AP Calculus AB:**Consists of 45 questions.**AP Calculus BC:**Consists of 45 questions.- Each correct answer earns one point, and there is no penalty for incorrect answers.
- The total number of correct answers is your raw score for this section.

### 2. Free-Response Section:

**AP Calculus AB:**Includes six questions.**AP Calculus BC:**Includes six questions.- Each question is graded on a scale of 0 to 9 points.
- The scores from all free-response questions are summed to get the raw score for this section.

### 3. Converting Raw Scores to Scaled Scores:

- The raw scores from both sections are combined and then converted to a scaled score between 1 and 5.
- This conversion is done using a table provided by the College Board, which accounts for the exam’s difficulty and ensures consistency across different test versions.

The final scaled score represents your performance on the AP Calculus exam, with 5 being the highest possible score.