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AP Bowl 2007

Results from AP Bowl 2007
The AP Bowl is a competition between students on a practice AP exam. It is like a reading bowl but every student answers every question. Students will be using a personal response system (PRS) that looks like a remote control. Each student will be issued a PRS and will use that to answer multiple choice questions in a set amount of time. We will track each student performance and use that to determine the top students. We will break into two groups: A only and AB.

The Institute for Computing Education is hosting an AP Bowl on Saturday March24th in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech in rooms 16 and 17. Registration will start at 9:00am and we will begin the test at 9:30am. After the exam there will be a tour of the new Klaus Building and then awards at 12:00pm.

For directions to the College of Computing see: The nearest parking lot is a the corner of State Street and Ferst (The State Street Visitor Lot). It charges a max of $8.00 a day. But, there is usually no charge for parking here on a Saturday.

For more information contact Barbara Ericson

How to set up for the AP Bowl


Teachers Bringing Students:
Abe Gebru (3-6)
Cristal Jones (2-3)
Susan Mistretta (about 24)

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