AP capstone

The AP Capstone Diploma Program is a two-year program based on two AP courses: 

The AP Capstone Diploma program provides students two distinct awards with different requirements. These awards include the AP Capstone Diploma and the AP Seminar and Research Certificate. It is worth noting that many colleges acknowledge and value AP Capstone awards during their admissions process. 

To earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research, as well as four additional AP Exams of your choice. But the good news is that you can take those four additional exams at any point during your high school career. So, whether you're a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior, you can earn those coveted AP scores and gain valuable college credit. Just be sure to plan ahead, study hard, and put your best foot forward on test day. With a little bit of hard work and determination, you can achieve your academic goals and set yourself up for success in the future. 

To obtain a certificate in AP Seminar or AP Research, you must score a 3 or higher on the exam. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your knowledge and skills in these subjects. 

If you want to include the AP Capstone Diploma or the AP Seminar and Research Certificate on your college application, I recommend taking the AP Seminar during your sophomore year and the AP Research during your junior year. It takes approximately two months to receive your AP scores after taking the test, and there's always a chance that you won't have your scores back in time to submit your college applications. So, to avoid potential setbacks, plan ahead and take the necessary courses early.