Updated: Aug 29
As is now tradition, we get out the crystal ball at the end of every school year to find out exactly what is coming on the AP Exam. And without a doubt, we always get some predictions correct and some totally wrong (like our significance test prediction last year). As always, it is fun to make guesses!
Recall that the College Board released the new Course and Exam Description (CED) in summer of 2019. The 2020 exam was the modified at-home COVID exam, so the 2021 Exam is the only true full-length exam since the release of the CED. We leaned heavy on the 2021 exam to help inform our predictions here.
**DISCLAIMER: We have absolutely no insider information for any of these predictions. Proceed with caution.**
Other helpful links:
Big Changes in the Rubric for Significance Tests - this is why we think there will be a part (b) on the significance test question.
How to CRUSH the AP Stats Free Response - several strategies for students to help them maximize their FRQ scores.
How to Survive the Investigative Task - stay calm and use these strategies for success on FRQ #6.
AP Daily: Live Review Sessions for AP Statistics 2022 - eight 45-minute review sessions with Luke Wilcox and Daren Starnes