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Detail Race and Gender Information 2014

Here is a spreadsheet with the gender and race data for 2014. Thanks to Phil Sands of Purdue for adding the Hispanic data. This spreadsheet actually has several tabs. One tab has the data for several states for several years. One tab has the data for each state for 2012. One tab has the data for each state for 2013. One tab has the data for each state for 2014.

DetailedStateInfoAP-CS-A-2006-2014_With_Hispanic.xlsx

The states with the most women taking the exam in 2014 are:
  1. California with 1599 exams and a pass rate of 65%
  2. Texas with 1102 exams and a pass rate of 51%
  3. New York with 504 exams and a pass rate of 56%
  4. Virginia with 440 exams and a pass rate of 56%
  5. New Jersey with 397 exams and a pass rate of 61%
  6. Florida with 393 exams and a pass rate of 34%
  7. Maryland with 348 exams and a pass rate of 59%
  8. Illinois with 309 exams and a pass rate of 61%
  9. Georgia with 285 exams and a pass rate of 42%
  10. Mass with 272 exams and a pass rate of 57%

No females took the exam in Montana (0 women of 4 exam takers) or Wyoming (but nobody took the exam in Wyoming).

Ten states has less than 10 women take the exam:
Montana (0/4), Wyoming (0/0), Mississippi (1/4), North Dakota (1/14), Nebraska (2/71), Kansas (3/40), Alaska (4/30), South Dakota (4/29) and Utah (5/104) and Delaware (7/79).

The states with the highest percentage of females taking the exam are (number of women / number of exams)
Mississippi (1/4 = 25%), Washington (260/1048 = 25%), Oklahoma (42/171 = 25%), Texas (1102/4551 = 24%), Washington D.C - (25/104 = 24%), California (1599 / 6676 = 24%), South Carolina (78 / 326 = 24%), West Virginia (11/48 = 23%), Connecticut (144 / 642 = 22%), Hawaii (20 / 90 = 22%)


The states that had the most African American students take the exam in 2014 are:
  1. Maryland with 192 exams and a pass rate of 30.2% for African Americans compared to the overall pass rate of 62.1%.
  2. Texas with 161 exams and a pass rate of 40% compared to the overall pass rate of 55.7%.
  3. Georgia with 155 exams and a pass rate of 23% compared to the overall pass rate of 45.8%.
  4. Florida with 149 exams and a pass rate of 22% compared to the overall pass rate of 42.5%.
  5. California with 121 exams and a pass rate of 43% compared to the overall pass rate of 67.3%.
  6. New York with 114 exams and a pass rate of 38% compared to the overall pass rate of 61.2%.
  7. Virginia with 105 exams and a pass rate of 35% compared to the overall pass rate of 59.6%.
  8. New Jersey with 65 exams and a pass rate of 54% compared to the overall pass rate of 66.1%.
  9. North Carolina with 50 exams and a pass rate of 16% compared to the overall pass rate of 54.2%.
  10. Illinois with 39 exams and a pass rate of 38% compared to the overall pass rate of 65.1%.

Thirteen states had no African American's take the exam in 2014 (number of African Americans / number of exams)
Alaska (0/30), Idaho (0/58), Kansas (0/40), Maine (0/99), Mississippi (0/4), Montana (0/4), Nebraska (0/71), New Hampshire (0/108), New Mexico (0/61), North Dakota (0/14), South Dakota (0/29), Vermont (0/71), and Wyoming (0/0).

Five states had only one African American take the exam: Hawaii (1/90), Iowa (1/119), Oregon (1/176), Rhode Island (1/89), Utah (1/104).

The states that had the most Hispanics take the exam in 2014 (the College Board separates this into Mexican American, Puerto Rican, and Other Hispanic)
  1. Texas with 968 and a pass rate of 32% compared to the overall pass rate of 55.7%.
  2. California with 610 and a pass rate of 45.2% compared to the overall pass rate of 67.3%.
  3. Florida with 450 and a pass rate of 39.1% compared to the overall pass rate of 42.5%.
  4. New York with 206 and a pass rate of 39.8% compared to the overall pass rate of 61.2%.
  5. Illinois with 182 and a pass rate of 33.5% compared to the overall pass rate of 65.1%.
  6. New Jersey with 143 and a pass rate of 45.4% compared to the overall pass rate of 66.1%.
  7. Virginia with 93 and a pass rate of 50.5% compared to the overall pass rate of 59.6%.
  8. Georgia with 72 and a pass rate of 31.9% compared to the overall pass rate of 45.8%.
  9. Maryland with 69 and a pass rate of 37.6% compared to the overall pass rate of 62.1%.
  10. Massachusetts with 68 and a pass rate of 32.3% compared to the overall pass rate of 60.4%.

Seven states had no Hispanics take the exam in 2014: Iowa (0/119), Mississippi (0/4), Montana (0/4), North Dakota (0/14), South Dakota (0/29), West Virginia (0/48), and Wyoming (0/0).

Three states had one Hispanic take the exam in 2014: Louisiana (1/61), Maine (1/99), New Hampshire (1/108),

Last modified 14 February 2015 at 1:09 pm by ericson