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Taking AP Psych test after college course

sweetjonessweetjones Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
edited September 2013 in High School Life
Ok, so this summer I took a intro to psychology course at a well known local college, did very well in it, and will be receiving college credit. I will be a senior this year, however, I was wondering if there is any point at all in taking the AP Psych test this spring. I have no doubt that I could do just as well on it as I did in the class, but would it offer any benefit in terms of college admission/credit to include the AP test?
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