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College and post-high school students may take the AP exam only if they can find a high school willing to admit them. Only the college can let you know whether or not you can obtain credit for an AP exam. Students register for the AP exams through their high school. If you want to take an AP Exam, you must locate a school willing to test you. Once you locate a school willing to administer the exams, that school's AP Coordinator is responsible for ordering your exam materials, telling you when and where to appear for the exams, and collecting your fees (which he or she may negotiate to recover additional proctoring or administration costs). Please contact the AP Coordinator about financial aid information.
Bear in mind, the schools are not obligated to accommodate you.
Can you take an AP exam more than once?
$1700 to get pretty much all your gen-ed's waived?