- AP Students - AP Courses and Exams for Students - Explore AP
Home page for AP students, prospective students and their families The College Board’s AP courses are college-level classes in a wide variety of subjects that you can take while still in high school
- AP Courses – Students - The College Board
AP courses are rigorous, college-level classes in a variety of subjects that give students an opportunity to gain the skills and experience colleges recognize
- View Your Scores on AP Exams – The College Board
Sending AP Scores After you take an AP Exam, we send your score report to the college or university that you designated on your answer sheet Your score report is cumulative and includes scores for all the AP Exams you have ever taken, unless you requested that one or more scores be withheld from a college or canceled
- AP English Language and Composition: The Exam | AP Central . . .
Explore timing and format for the AP English Language and Composition Exam, and review sample questions, scoring guidelines, and sample student responses
- AP Human Geography: The Exam | AP Central – The College Board
Exam Overview The AP Human Geography Exam requires students to explain and apply key and supporting geographical concepts The exam employs multiple-choice questions and free-response questions based on components of the seven major curriculum topics
- Advanced Placement® (AP) – The College Board
AP STUDENTS Students: See Where AP Can Take You Explore AP courses, get exam practice, and find colleges that grant credit for AP Visit AP Students
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- What are the Differences Between Normal, AP Honors . . .
A Helpful Guide to Standard High School Classes Standard classes may not be advanced placement, but it doesn't mean they aren't valuable There's a common misconception students enrolled in regular high school courses aren't as smart as those in advanced placement, but this isn't true The decision to take regular or advanced placement classes is a personal choice and has nothing to do with