AP Stats is now the 8th most popular AP test with an 8% increase after three years of double digit growth.

The main concern in grading to students is that they must be very "communicative" in their answers. For example: if a question says that the "the following values are drawn from a normal distribution," then answers to the question must state that the probability calculated was based on a normal distribution, not just the numeric answer. Otherwise, zip.

Lee Kucera of Capo High mentioned that her school has four sections of AP Stats for

**tenth graders!**120 students that complete Algebra 1 in 7th grade, Geometry in 8th grade, Accelerated Algebra 2 + Trig in 9th grade, AP Stats in tenth, Accelerated Pre-Calc, followed by Calculus A in eleventh, and Calculus BC in twelfth.

Interpret Capo's approach. Stats is needed more than Calc, but "we" expect top students to take Calc; therefore Capo does both!

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