Taking 5 AP "exams" but not sure if it's worth 5..help!

<p>From collegeboard:
"National AP Scholar (Canada)</p>

<p>Granted to students in Canada who receive an average grade of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken, and grades of 4 or higher on five or more of these exams."</p>

<p>I'm taking 5 AP exams, but the problem is, I'm taking macroeconomics and microeconomics, so technically I'm only doing 4 APs. Will this count as 5 "exams"? Please help!</p>

<p>Sadly, it's too late to sign up for an additional AP exam :S</p>

<p>i think it should
but cant u sign up for APs anytime, even after the late period for an addition 40$? (120$)</p>

<p>Really? If I could I'd do it. Where can I sign up? Is there a website??</p>

<p>My school AP coordinator wouldn't let me sign up another one in school (telling me the deadline was before spring break).</p>

<p>Usually, the schools can still order more AP tests, but they charge a late fee. I dunno about your school but I would try asking your AP coordinator again.</p>

<p>Oh ok, thanks!</p>

<p>Do you know if AP microecon/macroecon are counted as 2 exams or as 1?</p>

<p>it counts as two.</p>

<p>the only scores that don't count as separate scores are subscores - the calc ab subscore and the music theory subscores.</p>

<p>but exams like micro/macroeconomics and the two physics C exams count as two exams.</p>

<p>Oh thank you!!!! You've relieved so much of my anxiety! Now I can finally concentrate on studying....XD</p>

<p>good, i am glad i helped. good luck with your tests.</p>