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Is there a limit to how many credits a college will reward me for AP and IB classes?

sbr89sbr89 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I plan on taking several AP classes my first two years of high school and then taking part in the IB Diploma program. If I score high enough to receive credits for these classes, will my college give me credit for all of the classes? I am currently looking at UVA, and I would be able to earn 77 college credits from the classes I plan to take. This seems outrageous. I am taking the courses to challenge myself and not for college credit, but I am curious if they would all count.

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