AP Russian Language and Culture Score Calculator

AP Russian Language and Culture Score Scale

The AP Russian Language and Culture exam scores are translated from raw scores to a standard five-point AP scale. Here’s how it works:

  • Raw Scores: These are the total points you accumulate from correct answers in the multiple-choice section, along with the points from the free-response section.
  • Converted Scores: The raw scores are then converted into a scaled score ranging from 1 to 5, which reflects the level of proficiency in Russian Language and Culture.

Below is a simplified table to help you understand the score conversion:

Raw Score RangeAP ScoreProficiency Level
90-1205Extremely Well Qualified
70-894Well Qualified
30-492Possibly Qualified
0-291No Recommendation

📊 Remember, these ranges are approximate and can vary slightly each year depending on the exam difficulty.

FAQs Section

Common Questions

Q: How is the AP Russian Language and Culture exam scored?
A: The AP Russian exam includes both multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and free-response sections. The MCQs are scored automatically, while the free-response answers are graded by experts. Your total raw score is then converted into the AP 1-5 scale.

Q: What does each AP score mean?
A: Scores range from 1 to 5:

  • 5: Extremely well qualified to receive college credit or advanced placement
  • 4: Well qualified
  • 3: Qualified
  • 2: Possibly qualified
  • 1: No recommendation

Q: Are there different scoring guidelines for Higher Level (HL) and Standard Level (SL) in the AP Russian exam?
A: The AP program does not use HL or SL distinctions; this is specific to the IB (International Baccalaureate) system. AP exams have a single uniform standard and scoring system applicable to all students taking the exam.