Retake Ap exams? Too minor?

<p>ap bio 5
ap chem 5
ap us 5
ap psych 5
ap enviro 5
ap calc b.c 5
ap eng lang 5
ap euro 4
ap comp sci 3---- < This dosen't matter right?... I wasn't even thinking about such minor details until my counselor talked to me about it and said it didn't look good.</p>

<p>I took a stats class at a community college too and got A's both semesters, but didn't take the ap stats exam. Does that matter?</p>

<p>I also got a B first semester in ap comp sci. The problem is, that for the first semester, we didn’t cover almost any material on the ap exam. We had a lot of work, but it was all pointless theory and hardware topics. And second semester, my teacher quit, and a history teacher replaced him…Yes, a history teacher with no knowledge of comp sci. 2nd semester he just gave us a lot of work/tests on coding internet websites in html…</p>

<p>bumpity bump</p>

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<p>I hope you’re not majoring in CS. :)</p>

<p>And no, don’t bother retaking AP CS unless you really want to prove that you’re somewhat proficient at Java.</p>

<p>lol, sorry, I meant pointless for the ap exam ;D</p>

<p>Don’t bother. You have enough 5s. It’s time to focus your energy elsewhere.</p>

<p>You don’t even have to submit your AP scores to colleges. If you really feel that 3 will bring you down, they don’t need to know that you ever took it.</p>

<p>Don’t retake it unless you’re dying to get credit for CS101 in college.</p>

<p>No point in retaking AP CS A unless you are going to a college that accepts a 5 on AP CS A for some useful subject credit but does not accept a 3 (some colleges do not accept AP CS A for any subject credit).</p>

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