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Independently studying for AP tests

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Replies to: Independently studying for AP tests

  • chc446chc446 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    AP exams are more widely accepted than community college courses. For example, GA Tech will give some credit for AP exam scores to exempt out of introductory classes, but they won't accept credit from community colleges or even other GA colleges like the University of North GA. Collegeboard's AP exams are just more widely accepted with a standardized difficulty that colleges are familiar with. For independently studying for AP tests, some students just want to be tested over material that they have learned or to exempt intro college classes. It also shows colleges to some extent that you can challenge yourself to learn material that you are interested in on your own. These are just some of my motivations, but it varies from person to person.
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