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AP Credits

fl_historianfl_historian Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
During registration/enrollment, if I have AP credits for a course, can I replace that course with another or not?
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Replies to: AP Credits

  • zebeszebes Registered User Posts: 1,326 Senior Member
    As a new freshman you will register most likely before you get your AP scores. You will register, at times, based on what you think you'll be getting. For instance, if you've taken AP Calc BC, and you feel confident that you passed it, you might register for Calc 2 (assuming, perhaps, you're an engineering student who needs all the calcs). If you find out later you didn't pass, then you would have to swap back out to Calc 1. Or ... let's say you really nailed the exam with a 5 score and a 5 AB subscore and you're like, "whoa! maybe I could skip calc 2 and go directly to calc3," you could do that, too. That is just one example, obviously.

    Just remember everything's pretty fluid. :)

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