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1 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Total Group Profile Report Included in This Report Data Subject Tests Data Demographic and Academic Information College Plans DATA EMBARGO IN EFFECT. This report contains information on collegebound students in the class of 2015 who took the or Subject Tests at any time during high school. Data and other information in this report are embargoed from dissemination to the media and general public until after the College Board makes state and total grouplevel data and information publically available. The embargo will be lifted no later than September 30, Prior to that time, you may use the data and other information in this report for internal purposes. The College Board will post updated information in the coming weeks about the embargo at https://collegeboard.org/press; if you have questions about the College Board Program Results press briefing, please contact the College Board communications department at 2015 The College Board.College Board, achieve more, Advanced Placement Program, AP, and the acorn logo are registered trademarks of the College Board. Subject Tests is a trademark owned by the College Board. P/NMSQT is a registered trademark of the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Visit the College Board on the Web: 002_0_NP_01 *

2 The Program The (formerly known as the I: Reasoning Test) assesses student reasoning based on knowledge and skills developed by the students in their course work. The Subject Tests (formerly known as II: Subject Tests) are a series of onehour, mostly multiplechoice tests that measure how much students know about a particular academic subject and how well they can apply that knowledge. Most students also complete the optional Questionnaire (formerly known as the Student Descriptive Questionnaire) when they register to take Program tests, providing valuable contextual information to aid in interpreting and understanding individual and group scores. CollegeBound Seniors 2015 includes students who tested through June Using This Report CollegeBound Seniors presents data on high school graduates in the year 2015 who participated in the Program. Students are counted only once, no matter how often they tested, and only their latest scores and most recent Questionnaire responses are summarized. Because the accuracy of selfreported information has been documented and the collegebound population is relatively stable from year to year, Questionnaire responses from these students can be considered highly accurate. Therefore, you can use this report to: Interpret scores of individual students within the broader context of data aggregated across groups of collegebound seniors. Study changes over time in the characteristics of students taking tests. Look at yeartoyear educational and demographic changes in this population, along with changes in test performance. to the nation's most selective colleges and scholarship programs. For these states, it is expected that the mean scores reported for students will be higher than the national average. Statistical Definitions The following terms are used throughout this report. For more statistical information, visit the College Board website at Mean The mean is the arithmetic average. Percentile The percentile, also called the percentile point, is the point on the measurement scale below which a specified percentage of scores falls. The 25th, 50th and 75th percentile points are often reported for large data sets. The 50th percentile point is also called the median and, like the mean, is an average and a good indicator of the center of the distribution of scores. Comparing the 25th and 75th percentile points gives an idea of the range of scores in the populations reported in this document. Like the standard deviation, the difference between the scores associated with the 75th and 25th percentiles is an indication of the variability of the scores in a particular sample. Scaled score A scaled score is a score that has been converted from the raw score (number of questions answered correctly minus a fraction of the incorrect answers) for reporting. The Program uses a 200 to 800point scale. Standard deviation (SD) The standard deviation (SD) is a measure of the variability of a set of scores. If test scores cluster tightly around the mean score, as they do when the group tested is relatively homogeneous, the standard deviation is smaller than it would be with a more diverse group and a greater scatter of scores around the mean. Keep in mind, however, that: Relationships between test scores and other factors such as educational background, gender, racial/ethnic background, parental education, and household income are complex and interdependent.these factors do not directly affect test performance; rather, they are associated with educational experiences both on tests such as the and in schoolwork. Not all students in a high school, school district or state take the. Since the population of testtakers is selfselected, using aggregate scores to compare or evaluate teachers, schools, districts, states or other educational units is not valid, and the College Board strongly discourages such uses. Interpreting scores for subgroups requires unique considerations. The most significant factor to consider in interpreting scores for any group, or subgroup, of testtakers is the proportion of students taking the test. For example, if state data are being considered, it is appropriate to recognize that in some states there are lower participation rates. Typically, testtakers in these states have strong academic backgrounds and apply About the College Board The College Board is a missiondriven notforprofit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the College Board was created to expand access to higher education. Today, the membership association is made up of over 6,000 of the world s leading educational institutions and is dedicated to promoting excellence and equity in education. Each year, the College Board helps more than seven million students prepare for a successful transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and college success including the and the Advanced Placement Program (AP ). The organization also serves the education community through research and advocacy on behalf of students, educators and schools. For further information, visit

3 Total Group Mean Scores CollegeBound Seniors, Year Critical Reading Mathematics Male Female Total Male Female Total Writing Male Female Total Note: For a formula was applied to the original mean and standard deviation to convert the mean to the recentered scale. For individual student scores were converted to the recentered scale and then the mean was recomputed. From , nearly all students received scores on the recentered scale. Any score on the original scale was converted to the recentered scale prior to computing the mean. From , all scores are reported on the recentered scale. Cohort data presented prior to 2007 include students testing through March of the senior year, while cohort data from 2007 to present include students testing through June. For further information see

4 Table of Contents Data Table 1: Overall Mean Scores Table 2: Mean Scores by Gender Table 3: Year in Which Seniors Last Took the Table 4: Percentiles for Total Group Table 5: Score Distributions Table 6: Type of High School Page 1 Demographic Information : Mean Scores by Gender Within Ethnicity Table 7: Total Mean Scores by Ethnicity Table 8: Male Mean Scores by Ethnicity Table 9: Female Mean Scores by Ethnicity : Student Background Information and Characteristics Table 10: Student Background Information and Characteristics Page 3 Page 4 Academic Information Academic Record Table 11: High School Rank Table 12: High School Grade Point Average Table 13: Average Years of Study in Six Academic Subjects CourseTaking Patterns Table 14: English and Language Arts, Mathematics Table 15: Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and History Table 16: Foreign and Classical Languages Table 17: Arts and Music, Computers Page 5 Page 6 Subject Tests Subject Tests Data Table 18: Number of TestTakers and Tests for Subject Tests Table 19: Mean Scores for Subject Test Takers and for Students Who Also Took the Subject Tests Score Distributions Table 20: English, History and Social Studies Table 21: Mathematics, Science Table 22: Foreign and Classical Languages Table 23: Foreign and Classical Languages (continued) Page 10 Page 11 College Plans Intended College Major, DegreeLevel Goal Table 24: Intended College Major, DegreeLevel Goal Page 13

5 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Data Data in this report are for high school graduates in the year Information is summarized for seniors who took the at any time during their high school years through June If a student took the test more than once, the most recent score is used. Table 1: Overall Mean Scores Writing Subscores TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing * Multiple Choice Essay Number Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Total 1,698, Table 2: Mean Scores by Gender Writing Subscores TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Multiple Choice Essay Number Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Male 794, Female 903, Table 3: Year in Which Seniors Last Took the Scores are from the last administration in which seniors took the. Writing Subscores TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Multiple Choice Essay Number Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Senior ( ) 1,108, Junior ( ) 583, Sophomore ( ) 5, Freshman ( ) 1, Total 1,698, *Writing data are based on students who took the current version of the, first administered in March All students in the 2015 cohort took the Writing section. The Writing section contains one essay (30 percent of the total score) and 49 multiplechoice questions (70 percent of the total score). Essay scores range from 212, with a very small percentage of students (less than 0.3 percent) receiving scores of 0 on the essay, for essays written completely off topic. Multiplechoice scores range from 20 to 80. Note: Mean scores are reported when there are five or more testtakers. Standard deviations are reported when there are 25 or more testtakers. 1

6 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Data Table 4: Percentiles for Total Group A percentile represents the point below which a percentage of scores fall. Comparing the 25th percentile point to the 75th percentile point gives an idea of the range of performance in a group. Total Group Percentile Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 75th th th Table 5: Score Distributions Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Score Range Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total ,184 36,475 75,659 75,429 45, ,057 31,709 38, 70, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,155 93, , , , , , ,987 31,462 65,449 20,744 27,889 48,633 38,368 28,186 66,554 Table 6: Type of High School Public Religiously Affiliated Independent Other or Unknown TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 1,332, , , , Note: Percentiles are reported when there are 20 or more testtakers. The College Board is no longer collecting data regarding Disabling Conditions. 2

7 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Demographic Information : Mean Scores by Gender Within Ethnicity Table 7: Total Mean Scores by Ethnicity TestTakers Who Described Themselves As: American Indian or Alaska Native Asian, Asian American, or Pacific Islander Black or African American Mexican or Mexican American Puerto Rican Other Hispanic, Latino, or Latin American White Other Total TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Pct Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD 10, , , , , , , , , ,698, Table 8: Male Mean Scores by Ethnicity TestTakers Who Described Themselves As: American Indian or Alaska Native Asian, Asian American, or Pacific Islander Black or African American Mexican or Mexican American Puerto Rican Other Hispanic, Latino, or Latin American White Other Total TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Pct Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD 4, , , , , , , , , , Table 9: Female Mean Scores by Ethnicity TestTakers Who Described Themselves As: American Indian or Alaska Native Asian, Asian American, or Pacific Islander Black or African American Mexican or Mexican American Puerto Rican Other Hispanic, Latino, or Latin American White Other Total TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Pct Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD 5, , , , , , , , , ,

8 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Demographic Information : Student Background Information and Characteristics Table 10: Student Background Information and Characteristics Student demographic information provides a broader context to aid in interpreting and understanding individual and group scores. TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Pct Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD All TestTakers 1,698, First Language Learned English 1,122, English and Another 298, Another Language 225, Citizenship U.S. Citizen / U.S. National 52,482 1,416, U.S. Permanent Resident or Refugee 52, Citizen of Another Country 109, Other, Unknown, or Plans to Apply for Financial Aid Yes 119,292 1,062, No 89, Don't Know 259, Family Income $0 $20, , , $20,000 $40, , $40,000 $60, , $60,000 $80, , $80,000 $100, , $100,000 $120, , $120,000 $140,000 56, $140,000 $160,000 44, $160,000 $200,000 55, More than $200,000 81, Highest Level of Parental Education No High School Diploma 670, , High School Diploma 437, Associate Degree 125, Bachelor's Degree 476, Graduate Degree 383, Took the P/NMSQT Yes, As a Junior 165, , Yes, As a Sophomore or Younger 334, Yes, As a Junior and As a Sophomore or Younger 447, No 313, , Note: Occasional updates are made to the optional Student Questionnaire to improve student response rates. Fluctuations from year to year should be interpreted with appropriate consideration. 4

9 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information Academic Record Table 11: High School Rank Highest Tenth Second Tenth Second Fifth Final Three Fifths TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 241, , , , ,001, Table 12: High School Grade Point Average TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing A+ (97 100) 106, A (93 96) 323, A (90 92) 311, B (80 89) 674, C (70 79) 138, D, E, or F (below 70) 5, , Mean Grade Point Average All Students: 3.39 Male: 3.31 Female: 3.45 Table 13: Average Years of Study in Six Academic Subjects Average Years of Study Grade Point Average: Each Subject Male Female Total Male Female Total Arts and Music English and Language Arts Foreign and Classical Languages Mathematics Natural Sciences Social Sciences and History Total for All Subjects Note: Occasional updates are made to the optional Student Questionnaire to improve student response rates. Fluctuations from year to year should be interpreted with appropriate consideration. 5

10 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information CourseTaking Patterns Table 14: English, Mathematics English and Language Arts TestTakers Mean Scores Years of Study Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing More Than 4 Years 177, Years 903, Years 147, Years 29, Year 14, /2 Year or Less 21, , AP /Honors Courses 589, Course Work or Experience English/Language Arts 1,176, Journalism 123, Creative Writing 249, American Literature 626, Composition/Writing 544, British Literature 267, World Literature 329, Communications 152, Public Speaking 252, English As Second Language 88, Mathematics TestTakers Mean Scores Years of Study Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing More Than 4 Years 282, Years 754, Years 196, Years 28, Year 13, /2 Year or Less 26, , AP/Honors Courses 513, Highest Level of Mathematics Achieved* Calculus 448, Precalculus 371, Geometry 409, Algebra II 15, Algebra I 5, *To better reflect the relationship between students' scores and their Mathematics course work, course work is now being displayed as the highest level of mathematics achieved. This means that each student is counted only once under their highest level of mathematics course taken. Note: Occasional updates are made to the optional Student Questionnaire to improve student response rates. Fluctuations from year to year should be interpreted with appropriate consideration. 6

11 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information CourseTaking Patterns Table 15: Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and History Natural Sciences TestTakers Mean Scores Years of Study Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing More Than 4 Years 186, Years 612, Years 321, Years 75, Year 32, /2 Year or Less 41, , AP/Honors Courses 480, Course Work or Experience Biology 1,188, Chemistry 1,128, Physics 764, Geology, Earth, or Space Science 571, Other Sciences, Social Sciences and History TestTakers Mean Scores Years of Study Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing More Than 4 Years 149, Years 643, Years 353, Years 81, Year 22, /2 Year or Less 29, , AP/Honors Courses 548, Course Work or Experience U.S. History 1,146, World History or Cultures 1,027, U.S. Government or Civics 850, Economics 676, Geography 397, Psychology 402, European History 235, Sociology 161, Ancient History 145, Other Courses 171, Note: Occasional updates are made to the optional Student Questionnaire to improve student response rates. Fluctuations from year to year should be interpreted with appropriate consideration. 7

12 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information CourseTaking Patterns Table 16: Foreign and Classical Languages Foreign and Classical Languages TestTakers Mean Scores Years of Study Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing More Than 4 Years 114, Years 265, Years 387, Years 379, Year 59, /2 Year or Less 68, , AP/Honors Courses 274, Course Work or Experience Chinese 40, French 210, German 45, Greek 4, Hebrew 3, Italian 30, Japanese 19, Korean 4, Latin 67, Russian 6, Spanish 858, Other Languages 55, Note: Occasional updates are made to the optional Student Questionnaire to improve student response rates. Fluctuations from year to year should be interpreted with appropriate consideration. 8

13 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information CourseTaking Patterns Table 17: Arts and Music, Computers Arts and Music* TestTakers Mean Scores Years of Study Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing More Than 4 Years 94, Years 202, Years 145, Years 236, Year 282, /2 Year or Less 178, , AP/Honors Courses 98, Course Work or Experience Acting or Play Production 203, Art History or Appreciation 205, Dance 154, Drama: Study or Appreciation 194, Music: Study or Appreciation 160, Music Performance 452, Photography or Film 268, Studio Art and Design 307, None 245, Computers TestTakers Mean Scores Course Work or Experience Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Computer Literacy 110, Computer Programming 45, Word Processing 102, Internet Activity 86, Using Computer Graphics 63, Creating Spreadsheets/Databases 63, None 41, Note: Occasional updates are made to the optional Student Questionnaire to improve student response rates. Fluctuations from year to year should be interpreted with appropriate consideration. *Information about Arts & Music is incomplete for the 2015 cohort as data was not collected through the online registration process between January and June The full collection of this data has resumed. Information about Computer Experience represents a small sample of the 2015 cohort as this information is no longer collected through the online registration process as of November

14 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Subject Tests Data Table 18: Number of TestTakers and Tests for Subject Tests Students Who Took Subject Tests Number of TestTakers Number of Tests Students Who Took an Subject Test and Also Took the Number of TestTakers Critical Reading Mean Mathematics Mean 241, , , Students Who Took One or More Different Subject Tests Number of Tests Taken Number of TestTakers Percent of Total TestTakers Who Took One or More Tests 1 30, , , or More 28, Writing Mean Table 19: Mean Scores for Subject Test Takers and for Students Who Also Took the Most, but not all, students who take Subject Tests also take the. This table provides Subject Test scores for students who took Subject Tests. It also provides the scores for those students who also took the. Subject Test Critical Reading Mathematics Writing English N Mean SD N Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Literature 56, , History and Social Studies U.S. History 70, , World History 16, , Mathematics Mathematics Level 1 65, , Mathematics Level 2 144, , Science BiologyE 31, , BiologyM 42, , Chemistry 73, , Physics 58, , Foreign and Classical Languages Chinese/Listening 5, , French 7, , French/Listening 1, , German German/Listening Modern Hebrew Italian Japanese/Listening 1, , Korean/Listening 2, , Latin 2, , Spanish 19, , Spanish/Listening 2, ,

15 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Subject Tests Score Distributions Table 20: English, History and Social Studies Subject Tests English History and Social Studies Literature U.S. History World History N Pct N Pct N Pct , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Total 25 56, , ,657 0 Mean SD th percentile th percentile th percentile Table 21: Mathematics, Science Subject Tests Mathematics Science Mathematics Level 1 Mathematics Level 2 BiologyE BiologyM Chemistry Physics N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 7 3, , , , , , , , , , Total 65, ,772 31,027 42,253 73,551 58,921 Mean SD th percentile th percentile th percentile

16 2015 CollegeBound Seniors Subject Tests Score Distributions Table 22: Foreign and Classical Languages Subject Tests Foreign and Classical Languages Chinese/Listening French French/Listening German German/Listening Modern Hebrew N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct , , Total 5,204 7,587 1, Mean SD th percentile th percentile th percentile Table 23: Foreign and Classical Languages (continued) Subject Tests Foreign and Classical Languages Italian Japanese/Listening Korean/Listening Latin Spanish Spanish/Listening N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct , , , , , , , , Total 492 1,332 2,110 2,790 19,302 2,982 Mean SD th percentile th percentile th percentile

17 2015 CollegeBound Seniors College Plans Table 24: Intended College Major, DegreeLevel Goal TestTakers Mean Scores Intended College Major Number Pct Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences 15, Architecture and Related Services 20, Area, Ethnic, Cultural and Gender Studies 1, Biological and Biomedical Sciences 99, Business Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services 170, Communication, Journalism and Related Programs 35, Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services 48, Construction Trades Education 58, Engineering 150, Engineering Technologies/Technicians 20, English Language and Literature/Letters 16, Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences 4, Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 8, Health Professions and Related Clinical Services 263, History 12, Legal Professions and Studies 31, Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies, and Humanities 10, Library Science And Administration Mathematics and Statistics 12, Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technician 3, Military Technologies And Applied Sciences 7, Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies 9, Natural Resources and Conservation 7, Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies 11, Personal and Culinary Services 5, Philosophy and Religious Studies 2, Physical Sciences 21, Precision Production Psychology 65, Public Administration and Social Services Professions 5, Security and Protective Services 47, Social Sciences 24, Theology and Religious Vocations 1, Transportation and Materials Moving Visual and Performing Arts 96, Other 22, Undecided 97, DegreeLevel Goal Certificate Program 14, Associate Degree 20, Bachelor's Degree 441, Master's Degree 443, Doctoral or Related Degree 304, Other 9, Undecided 203,

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