MHS Student's AP Macro Score

MHS Student's AP Macro Score Puts Him In League of His Own
Posted on 06/12/2019
MHS Student's AP Macro Score Puts Him In League of His OwnMason High School 2018 graduate Jack Li's score on the AP Macroeconomics Exam was so superior, it falls into a category all its own. He was one of 31 students in the world to earn every possible point on the exam.

The Advanced Placement (AP) Exams are scored on a scale of 1 to 5, where a 5 is equivalent to a grade of A in the corresponding college course.

"Jack not only received the top score of 5, but was one of 31 students in the world to earn every point possible on the Exam, receiving the maximum score on each portion of the exam," shared The College Board Senior Vice President, AP and Instruction, Trevor Packer. "This outstanding accomplishment is likely a direct reflection of the top-quality education being offered at William Mason High School. We applaud Jack's hard work and also the AP teachers responsible for engaging students and enabling them to excel in a college level course."

AP Macroeconomics is taught by MHS teacher Steve Prescott.

The College Board's Advanced Placement Program enables willing and academically prepared students to pursue college-level studies - with the opportunity to earn college credit, advanced placement or both - while still in high school. Sixty-eight percent of MHS students took at least one AP exam, and 58% of MHS students scored a 3 or higher on at least one AP exam.
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