The AP curriculum, administered by The College Board, consists of standardized high school courses that are roughly equivalent to undergraduate college courses. After completing an AP class, students typically take the AP exam in that subject, which can earn them credits and accelerated placement in college.
Build Skills and Confidence
They dig deeper into subjects that interest them and learn to tap their creativity and their problem-solving skills to address course challenges.
AP students learn time essential management and study skills needed for college and career success.
Get into College
Students who take AP courses send a signal to colleges that they’re serious about their education and that they’re willing to challenge themselves with rigorous coursework.
85% of selective colleges and universities report that a student’s AP experience favorably impacts admission decisions.
Succeed in College
Research shows that students who receive a score of 3 or higher on AP Exams typically experience greater academic success in college and have higher graduation rates than their non-AP peers.
Save Time and Money in College
Research shows that students who take AP courses and exams are much more likely than their peers to complete a college degree on time which means they avoid paying for, for example, a fifth year of tuition.
Most colleges and universities nationwide offer college credit, advanced placement, or both for qualifying AP Exam scores. This can mean:
Fulfilling graduation requirements early
Being able to skip introductory courses or required general-education courses
Recognized by Universities Worldwide
AP is a global credential. Universities around the world recognize AP when making admission decisions, course requisites, and awarding university credit.
Qualifying AP Exam scores earn university credit in nearly all universities in the United States and Canada and are recognized in 60 other countries worldwide. Scores of 3 or 4 on AP Exams fulfill admission requirements in many universities in UK and Europe.
Each college and university determines its own policies regarding AP Exam scores. For detailed information about the AP recognition policies of universities, use the searches below:
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