# Question 2 AP STATISTICS 2012 SCORING GUIDELINES

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## 2012 SCORING GUIDELINES

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## 2012 SCORING GUIDELINES

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### Two sections partially correct and one section incorrect

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## 2012 SCORING COMMENTARY

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### correct and one section was scored as incorrect, the response earned a score of a 2.

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