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[ap-stat] Community Transition
Posted: Aug 16, 2012 3:11 PM
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This ap-stat EDG will be closing in the next few weeks. Please sign up for the new AP Statistics Teacher
Community Forum at and post messages there.
It seems that all the regulars have joined the Community this week and are posting and answering
questions there. Over 90 messages have been posted there compared to a handful of messages that came
to me for posting here.

A few people have had login issues, but these were resolved quickly. But as a reminder here is an
outline of the steps involved.

1. You need to get an Education Professional Account at the Collegeboard. You have one if you have
gone through the audit process. If you do not have an account, go to

2. When you have an Education Professional Account username and password, you will use it to sign in
to the community at:
Enter your username and password in the panel on the left.

3. If you have not joined yet, you will see another Sign In Pane on the left and a message that
begins with "Hi, firstname lastname"
Because this Community is for Education Professionals only, it will help Chris with the
approvals process if you cut and paste the link to you CB Profile Page in the empty box in the Sign
In pane. You can get this link by clikcing on your name at the top right of the page.

4. When you have pasted this link, click the "Join Now" button. You will get an email message when
the Join Request has been approved. It may take time to get this because Chris is getting about 100
Join Requests a day at the moment.

Hope this helps


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