<p>What do I need on the ap computer science a exam to place out of it? That is the only programming course required for my major so if I place out of it will I have to take any more computer science courses?</p>

<p>4 or 5 I think. It might depend on department...</p>

<p>Thanks orbit</p>

<p>This class is a joke. If you have any programming experience (you know what loops, arrays, and if statements are) then do not take it.</p>

<p>Unless you want an easy A don't take the course though. I don't think most majors have to take above 15100. Again I said most, not all.</p>

<p>But one person I know failed 15100 because he didn't do the work because it was so boring. He should have been in 15200.</p>

<p>Sorry but not doing work because of boredom is simply plain irresponsible. it may be busy work that is below your level, but my philosophy is this...</p>



<p>I agree, Tooya- I mention my friend as an example of why you should go into the class that you place into instead of try to get an 'easy A' by retaking a class.</p>

<p>Well, I'm assuming that most 15-100 classes take attendance? I don't know because I don't have to take it :). I remember helping helping my friends a lot with the homework though. It is pretty basic material, if you got a 4 or 5 on the AP you shouldn't worry too much about it. However, you should review a bit just incase.</p>

<p>15-200 and 15-113 don't take attendance, so I doubt that 15-100 does, though 15-100 does tend to smaller classes, I think.</p>

<p>Interp did and that got annoying.</p>