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(KSL News) Students in Utah are out-performing their peers on Advanced Placement (AP) exams.
Sixty-six percent of Utah students who took the tests last spring passed. Nationwide, only 59 percent of students did.
Five Utah high schools had a passing rate of 80 percent or better, with Davis High School topping the field at 83.3 percent of students passing.