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AP Test elf-studying question

warlands719warlands719 484 replies15 threads Member
edited March 2012 in AP Tests Preparation
Hi, just a quick question for self-studying AP,

Is it the same as a normal AP in that you just buy it and test with other students that are in the class? Or is there some special process that you have to go through to take the test because you are not in the class?

Thanks


EDIT- Sorry for title I meant "Self-Studying"
edited March 2012
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  • warlands719warlands719 484 replies15 threads Member
    bump..
    over 300 people viewed this and no one can help me..
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  • 4khaos4khaos 449 replies20 threads Member
    Elf-studying seems much more exciting.

    Talk with your AP Testing Coordinator. Usually, people self-study courses that aren't available to them, so they get to sit in a separate room with just a proctor. If your school offers the course you're self-studying, then you'll be stuck with the people taking the course.
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  • warlands719warlands719 484 replies15 threads Member
    Ok my school has the class so I should be fine right? It's my first time self studying and I thought there was some complicated process to go through but thanks
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