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What should I do if I'm unavailable for the Late Testing Date?

shendrix01shendrix01 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
edited February 2013 in AP Tests Preparation
Hello everyone, I seem to find myself in a predicament. Both my AP World History Exam and my AP Macroeconomics Exam fall on the same date and time. I've seen the list of dates for the late-testing period, but they fall right in the middle of the junior class trip to Washington DC. I am not prepared to miss an enjoyable school trip for an AP Exam, but I was wondering if anyone knew of a similar situation and would be able to shed any light on whether or not there is any possibility of taking both exams.

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Replies to: What should I do if I'm unavailable for the Late Testing Date?

  • ucbalumnusucbalumnus Registered User Posts: 73,775 Senior Member
    If you have an idea of what colleges you are interested in, check their AP credit charts to see whether the APs are useful at those colleges (consider your major if you have an idea of that). If you must choose only one, then you can discard the one that is likely to be less useful to you.

    If the one you do not take does turn out to be useful at the college you end up going to, you have another chance next year to take it.
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