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Why Take AP? Top Reasons to Take Advanced Placement Classes

Stand Out in College Admissions

  • Deciding to take an AP course lets colleges and universities know that you have what it takes to succeed in an undergraduate environment. When admissions officers see “AP” on your transcript, they know that what you experienced in a particular class has prepared you well for the challenges of college.

Earn College Credits

  • By taking an AP course and scoring successfully on the related AP Exam, you can save on college expenses: most colleges and universities nationwide offer college credit, advanced placement, or both, for qualifying AP Exam scores. These credits can allow students to save college tuition, study abroad, or secure a second major.

Skip Introductory Classes

  • If you already know your preferred college major, taking a related AP course and earning a qualifying score on the AP Exam can help you advance and avoid required introductory courses – so you can move directly into upper-level classes and focus on the work that interests you most.

Build College Skills

  • Taking an AP course builds the skills you'll need throughout your college years. AP courses let you know what to expect during the next phase of your educational journey, and help you build the confidence to succeed.
-       From the College Board

 

Important AP Information

Click the links below to find out important information about Advanced Placement from The College Board

AP Credit Policy - Find colleges and universities that offer credit or placement for AP scores. This link will be a vital resource when evaluating what schools you plan on attending at what credit they give you for taking specific AP classes.

2017 AP Testing Dates - This link will give you the testing schedule set out by the College Board.

2017 AP Late Testing Schedule - This link will give you the late testing schedule in case you have a valid reasons for taking a late test.

AP Late Testing Policy - This link will explain reasons for which late testing (using an alternate form of the exam) will and will not be allowed. 

AP Exam Policies - This link will explain what policies keep your test experience fair and secure. Most importantly the test will explain what you can and can’t do on exam day.

AP Scores Access - This link will provide access for students to access their score once scores have been.

AP Student Help - This link will give you access to AP’s most frequently asked questions. 

AP Exam Fee Reductions - For those students experiencing economic difficulties this link explains the AP's fee reduction policies.