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<p>Just wonder how many people take AP exams and how many AP exams do CC people take. Please put your stats in this format:</p>

<p>Number of AP exams taken before senior year:
Total AP scores before senior year: (add all subjects up, say if you get a 5 on US History and 4 on English and that's it, put 9 here)
Number of AP exams to take in senior year:</p>

<p>Ok, start with mine:</p>

<h1>AP Exams before senior: 5</h1>

<p>Total AP scores before senior: 25</p>

<h1>AP Exams in senior year: 9</h1>

<p>By the way, do NOT add subscores to your total AP scores.</p>

<p>How in the world did you do 25?....</p>

<p>I took seven, total (Block scheduling)</p>

<p>3 junior, 4 senior year.</p>

<p>AP exams before senior year: 6 (2 as sophomore, 4 as junior)
Total AP scores before senior year: 30 (all 5s)
AP exams in senior year: 8 (I wish I had self-studied psychology as well)</p>

<p>Wheee!</p>

<p>No 25 is my total AP exam score, not the number of AP exams I have taken. I took 5 before senior year and scored 5 on each one, so it's 5*5 = 25.</p>

<p>Post yours like this: </p>

<h1>AP Exams before senior: 5</h1>

<p>Total AP scores before senior: 25</p>

<h1>AP Exams in senior year: 9</h1>

<p>Can I suggest adding another question? - number of APs available at high school.</p>

<p>Number of AP exams taken before senior year: 3
Total AP scores before senior year: 15
Number of AP exams to take in senior year: 2
Number of APs offered at school: 8</p>

<h1>AP Exams before senior: 5 (so far)</h1>

<p>This is for my son, who is a current tenth grader. I won't post his accumulated points. He is signed up to take five more AP tests this spring. He theoretically has eligibility for sophomore standing already at our state university. </p>

<p>See </p>

<p>David</a> Bressoud's Launchings from the CUPM Curriculum Guide </p>

<p>for statistics on AP calculus test-taking before senior year. </p>

<p>Oh, and see the AP Report to the Nation </p>

<p><a href="http://professionals.collegeboard.com/profdownload/ap-report-to-the-nation-2008.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://professionals.collegeboard.com/profdownload/ap-report-to-the-nation-2008.pdf&lt;/a> </p>

<p>for more general statistics.</p>

<p>I'm an idiot :P Sorry! ;)</p>

<p>well i'm a junior now so ill have another 14 after this year and next year but so far
total number of aps taken- 4
total score-20</p>

<p>......... IM CANADIAN !!! APs= after grade 9 10 11.... LOL woot.... i love it cuz colleges need to get info on ur high school before they make decision so i get to do all my APS in grade 12 yay! lol</p>

<h1>AP Exams before senior: 0</h1>

<p>Total AP scores before senior: 0</p>

<h1>AP Exams in senior year: 1</h1>

<p>Here on CC, I'm look like one of the "stupid" people.</p>

<p>Nah, just because you don't splurge on APs doesn't mean you're all the less intelligent ;)</p>

<p>Ah, don't worry dvm258. My son took one AP class prior to senior year. He got a 5 on the exam. He's taking one AP class this year, but isn't going to take the exam because the credits won't transfer where he's going anyway. He's just in the class for the sake of learning. Imagine that. ;)</p>

<p>5, 25 most lieklye</p>

<h1>AP Exams before senior: 6</h1>

<p>Total AP scores before senior: 29</p>

<h1>AP Exams in senior year: 3</h1>