Accepting Credit for AP Tests

<p>I know I'll definitely be taking credit for chemistry since I don't want to take it in college and certainly don't want to major in it. I'm planning on studying business. I have a 4 on AP Stats that I completey bsed. Even if I bsed my way to the grade, should I take credit? Maybe it would be better if I declined credit so that I could take a "real" stats course in college to help me in business? If I do take credit, it seems like I'll have trouble in college doing next level stats courses because I have little background in it.</p>

<p>The same goes for econ. I'm self studying AP econ with PR since I might major in econ. Should I take credit if I do well and move on the next level, or should I just take the college version of the course?</p>

<p>What I'm trying to say is, how should I judge which ones to take credit for?</p>

<p>Even if you get credit, you probably could take College Statistics anyway, if you feel really insecure about it.</p>

<p>If you feel insecure, you could not take the credit and retake the course. If you don't feel insecure, take credit.</p>

<p>Oh I see, so I can pretty much take elective credit and still take the college course?</p>

<p>does it count on ur college gpa? that wud suk</p>

<p>No, they don't count for GPA.</p>