advanced Placement (AP)
Your AP scores could earn you college credit or advanced placement (meaning you could skip certain courses in college). You must make at least a 3 to pass but it is up to the college/universities to determine their passing score.
Use THIS TOOL to find colleges that offer credit or placement for AP scores.
College Board continues to provide valuable resources to help students on their AP Journey! You can learn about the following HERE:
Search courses by grade
Learn about companion courses
Research project-based AP courses
Make AP connections to majors and careers
AP Capstone is not a course. It’s a two-year program based on two AP courses—AP Seminar and AP Research. Other AP courses teach you, in-depth, about a specific subject, like biology or U.S. history. AP Seminar and AP Research are different. They focus on helping you develop academic skills you can use in any discipline.
See which careers match your interests and skills by taking a career quiz and then you can connect AP courses to majors and career recommendations!
The 2023 AP Exams video series focus on practicing free-response and multiple-choice questions. The sessions are 15 minutes each and will be made available in AP Classroom and on YouTube. The courses will have two sets of videos: one will be released on April 17 and another on April 24. You can see the schedule HERE.