Good Luck, AP Statistics Students!
July 5, 2017
You worked hard all year and spent long nights in May cramming as you prepared for your AP Statistics exam. Now, starting today through July 9, it’s the moment of truth.
As students gain access to their AP test results over the next five days, This is Statistics has our fingers crossed for you!
And don’t forget, no matter what your score is, studying statistics means gaining valuable skills that you’ll really use in your life!
After you check your scores, get excited for the next step by checking out these ways statistics can pay off for a rewarding career.
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