# AP® Statistics Score Calculator

The AP Statistics Score Calculator by Examples.com helps students estimate their exam scores by converting raw scores from multiple-choice and free-response sections into a scaled score, aiding in effective preparation.

## How AP Statistics Score is Calculated

The AP Statistics score is determined 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:

**Number of Questions:**40 questions.**Scoring:**Each correct answer earns one point, with no penalty for incorrect answers.**Raw Score:**The total number of correct answers is your raw score for this section.

### 2. Free-Response Section:

**Number of Questions:**6 questions.**Scoring:**Each question is scored on a scale from 0 to 4 points, with one investigative task scored on a scale of 0 to 5 points.**Raw Score:**The scores from all six questions are added together to get your raw score for this section.

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

**Combination:**The raw scores from both sections are combined.**Conversion:**The combined raw score is then converted into a scaled score between 1 and 5 using a conversion table provided by the College Board.**Adjustment:**This process accounts for variations in exam difficulty to ensure fair and consistent scoring across different exam versions.

The final scaled score, ranging from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest), reflects your overall performance on the AP Statistics exam.