Practice AP Statistics Exam
Saturday May 2, 2015
8:15am - 2:30pm

hosted by

The Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Delaware

Multiple Choice Practice Exam (2015)
Multiple Choice Answer Key

Free Response Questions (2015)
Free Response Rubrics

Scoring Worksheet

Score Summaries

The Department of Mathematical Sciences is pleased to host an AP Statistics practice exam at the University of Delaware.  All interested high school students and teachers are welcome to attend. 

The exam we administer is developed in collaboration with statistics faculty at other universities and reflects the two-section format of the actual exam:  40 multiple choice questions (1 hour, 30 minutes) and 6 free response questions (1 hour, 30 minutes).  Our plan is to score the free response section, give it back to students, and debrief everyone on the rubrics used to score them.  We'll also provide answer keys for the multiple choice section after the exam.
Any interested student or teacher is welcome to attend.  Please register here so we can better plan the event. 

The deadline for registration is Friday April 24, 2015.

**Registration is now closed.**

Lunch will be provided by UD in the form of vouchers for the Trabant University Center Food Court

Students and teachers are responsible for transportation to and from the University of Delaware.
Schedule 8:15 - 8:45         Check-in
9:00 - 10:30       Free Response Portion / Rubric Training for Teachers
10:30 - 10:45     Break
10:45 - 12:15     Multiple Choice Portion / Free Response Grading
12:15 - 1:15       Lunch
1:15 - 2:30         Free Response Debriefing:  Solutions and Rubrics
What to Bring
#2 pencils
AP Statistics approved calculator
Please note that neither food nor drinks are permitted in the exam classroom.
For Teachers
We welcome any statistics teacher or math teacher with a background in statistics to participate, even if none of your students will be taking the exam.  It is not necessary that you have taught a statistics course; come join us if you're interested in learning more! 

While students take the free response portion, we'll train you on the scoring rubrics for those 6 questions.  While students take the multiple choice portion, we'll grade the free response questions according to the rubrics.  The process is modeled after the annual AP Statistics Reading.
Click here for a map showing the parking lot (Roselle Center for the Arts lot 15), the exam building (Smith Hall), and the Trabant Food Court. 
For questions or more information, please contact

Bryan Crissinger
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Delaware
Newark, DE  19716