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2016-17 AP Human Geography Score Breakdown

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Total AP HuGe Exams 2016

Average Exam Scores by State 2016

And Total Test Takers by Grade

And % of Test Takers Frosh/Soph

Data Gathered from: https://research.collegeboard.org/programs/ap/data/participation/ap-2016

AP Human Geography Exam  2016-2017 Infographic

184,663 Exams in 2016

3 or Higher = 51.8%

Through the Years...

2001

2016

2001

2016

Historical # of Test Takers

And their scores...

Average score throughout the years?...  2.6578

Population & Migration

Nature & It's Perspectives

Urbanization

Political Organization of Space

Economic & Industrial Development

Culture: Language & Religion

Agriculture & Rural Land Use

2001-2016 FRQs by Unit

2001

2016

A Total of 1,025,040 AP HuGe Tests Ever Taken!

Intro

Population & Migration

Ag. & Rural Land Use

Culture

Econ. & Development

Political

Urban

2001

2002

2003

Redistricting

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

Green Revolution

English as World's Lingua Franca

Rostow's Model

Global Refugees

N. American Metropolitan Growth

Pursuit of Nation-State Ideal

Religion & Cultural Landscape

Women & the City

European Migration

Effects of Tourism

Core-Periphery Development

Poultry Farming

Maquiladoras

Demographics & the City

Demographics & the City

U.S. Immigration

Supranationalism & Devolution

Revitalization

Int'l Migration Flows

Southern  U.S. Call Centers

Centripetal & Centrifugal Forces

Von Thunen

English & Language Revival

Transforming Global Economy

Regional Migration Patterns within U.S.

Von Thunen Vs. Burgess

Von Thunen Vs. Burgess

Education & Gender Equity in Developing World

Decline of Dairy Farmers in U.S.

Religion  Distrib. in the U.S.

Megacities & Squatter Settlements

Population Pyramid Characteristics

Alfred Weber & Market Location

Development of National Identities

African Borders & Colonial Legacies

Rostow vs. Wallerstein

Coffee Production on the Global Scale

Railroads, Highways, & Urban Growth

Technopoles in Silicon Valley and Research Triangle

Aging Populations in Developed Countries

Walls, Barriers, & Borders

Shift Cultivation

Trends of Muslim Immigration in Europe

Mexico's Urban Growth

Patterns of Econ. Activity in U.S.

Thomas Malthus

2015

2014

2013

2011

2012

2016

Socioeconomic Impacts of Global Division of Labor

Bilingualism, Canada, & Nation-State Ideal

Intensive vs. Extensive Subsistence vs. Commercial & Environmental Impacts

Historical Cumulative List of FRQ Topics

Bilingualism, Canada, & Nation-State Ideal

2016 Score Distribution

Discuss: Greens (69)

Explain: Teals (93)

Describe: Purples (18)

Compare: Blue (3)

Apply: Pinks (2)

High-Order Questions

Low-Order Questions

Identify: Red (28)

Define: Gray (18)

Name: Orange (8)

List: Yellow (2)

21x

Asked to use

a map with answer

20

1x

Asked to use

a chart with answer

1

Methodology: Each previous AP Human Geography FRQ are categorized based upon their verb prompts. Tallies for each prompt are color-coded into verb "families," i.e. explain, define. If part "A" of the FRQ asked for "three examples," then three are tallied to the total. When a question simply asks a student to "identify," it sits alone in its own category. However, when asked to "identify and explain," it is tallied as a high-order question in the "Explain" category since multiple points are awarded for high-order questions.

Historical FRQ Prompts by Color Family

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