THE SKITS ARE NOW DUE FRIDAY. If you want to send them to me or share them with me, please share to [email protected]
Today we reviewed for the AP Exam and final exam. Here are the answers to the practice questions that we did Monday and went over today:
1: E 2: A 3: B 4: A 5: B 6: E 7: D 8: D 9: C 10: D 11: E 12: E 13: A 14: C 15: C 16: D 17: A 18: B 19: E 20: D 21: D 22: D 23: D 24: C 25: D 26: A 27: C 28: D 29: D 30: B 31: B 32: D 33: E 34: D 35: E 36: D 37: E 38: C 39: D 40: C
If you want practice outside of class, you may do the 2012 AP Exam: 2012 AP Exam and the 1997 Exam: 1997 AP Exam.
Here are the problems I want you to do for your Interactive Notebook:
Practice Problems for Interactive Notebook: Practice Problems. I said that I might take out one or two of those problems, but I am going to leave them all in. They are all very helpful practice to cover topics likely to appear on the AP Exam.
As we discussed, our final project for the year will be the Interactive Notebook. I have given a lot of thought about how I can make that notebook useful and (hopefully) help your grades while helping you study for the final and/or AP Exam. Therefore, due the day of Senior Finals (May 15 or 16), your interactive notebooks will be due with all of the vocab pages as well as practice problems above and a practice AP Exam.
Also, and completely optional, is the skit. If you would like to drop your lowest quiz grade, you may create a skit or song where you teach about one topic in AP Stats or make a “hype” video about AP Statistics in general. Be creative. Have fun. Make me laugh.
AP Computer Science Principles
Today we reviewed for the finals and AP Exam by doing the next 20 or so practice exam problems. We will (hopefully) finish that tomorrow. Here are some practice problems that you can do: RQB 1-25 Questions Only-1e10iks and RQB 26-50 Questions Only-1cnnf3m and RQB 51-75 Questions Only-2ef0vdh. (The answers are down below in the AP Review section.)
What goes in your portfolio? Section 5.3; Section 5.4; Section 5.5 (for Portfolio question #1, just do a screenshot of your encrypt function; we didn’t do decrypt); Section 5.6; Section 5.9; Section 6.4; Sections 7.2, 7.3 (make sure to have a screenshot of your code, including the enhancement), 7.4, 7.5 (portfolio question 1 only), 7.6 and 7.7. Also, make sure you have completed Blown to Bits for chapters 5, 6 and 7.
The portfolio is due tomorrow.
AP Test Review
AP Statistics–Today we discussed how to attach the Free Response portion of the exam.
The document I gave out at the first review session is here: What Is Not on the Formula Sheet-1knhr3p. The notes we looked at are here: Review1-5. Some other helpful review documents are: How to Write Conclusions-2734qwi and AP Exam Cram Notes-2fsfxtu and inference_summary-v0zkub. We will work on the 2012 Released Exam for our review: ap-statistics-practice-exam-2012-1mvx5vj. If you ALREADY HAVE an Albert.io account that you have been using, you may answer questions on that site. You may not sign up now unless you pay the $59 AP Class fee.
AP CSP–Tomorrow, we will continue to work on last year’s AP Exam. Remember, we START AT 7:30 TOMORROW! This is the last meeting before the AP Exam on Friday. Also ask questions from the practice problems below or about any other topics you don’t know really well. We will review every Wednesday morning at 7:40 am in room 522 until the test. Here are the documents we will be working from: RQB 1-25 Questions and RQB 26-50 Questions and RQB 51-75 Questions . Please complete the first two by next week. The answer keys are here: RQB 1-25 Answers and Questions-29p9cnr and RQB 26-50 Answers and Questions-24k46xs and RQB 51-75 Answers and Questions-10ccpoh. Also, here is the reference sheet that you are allowed to use for the Exam: College-Board-CSP-Exam-Reference-Sheet-20tgx79.
Finally, on the review question site, you can log in using the Username [email protected] with the password: potatochip. I posted about 7 assignments and 1 practice exam. I will create other assignments as I have time. See me if you have questions.