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Is sending AP scores even necessary at this point?

wustl11!wustl11! Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
Even though I got a 5 on chem, I'm still going to take General Chem. I got a 4 on BC, but I passed the math online test so I can enroll for Math233. And I really don't need the Bio credits. Should i still send my scores anyway?
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Replies to: Is sending AP scores even necessary at this point?

  • elepheleph Registered User Posts: 235 Junior Member
    Extra credits are nice to have, and here's a quote from the math dept. web page:

    "Alternate AP Calculus Credit

    Any student--with any AP score or no AP score at all--can receive AP credit for the preceding course(s) in one of the calculus sequences

    131-132-233 (Calculus I-II-III)
    127-128 (Calculus for the Life, Managerial and Social Sciences I,II )

    by successfully completing at Washington University the next course in that sequence with a grade of C+ or better.

    After completion of a later course in the calculus sequence at WU, the awarding of AP credit for a student in Arts & Sciences should happen automatically. Students in Engineering, Business, Architecture, or Art should fill out an "AP Credit Request Form" (available in the Math Office) to receive this credit. "
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