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Not studying for APs

inyczreflexinyczreflex Registered User Posts: 142 Junior Member
edited April 2007 in College Admissions
Seeing as how APs aren't taken into much consideration for colleges, would it be advisable to not study for an AP that you knew you wouldn't be getting a grade that would qualify for college credit?
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Replies to: Not studying for APs

  • SweetLax88SweetLax88 Registered User Posts: 308 Member
    Im not studying. God knows I didnt learn anything this senior year anyway.
  • a778999a778999 Registered User Posts: 1,520 Senior Member
    I don't care about credit, I just want to get that National AP Scholar to satisfy my Asian ego :p
  • SweetLax88SweetLax88 Registered User Posts: 308 Member
    Heh...way to perpetuate the Asian sterotype.

    Well if you want it, even though its worth nothing, go for it. I dont care.
  • zucky07zucky07 Registered User Posts: 171 Junior Member
    you never know how you'll do, i studied only some for world history last year, answered one of the essays completely wrong, and managed to get a 5. the curves are usually ridiculously generous i think.
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