Advanced Placement exams take place over the next two weeks. Check out the AP schedule on the College Board website to see when a particular exam is being administered.
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If you're taking AP exams this year, you may be wondering what score you'll need to impress college admissions officers and earn college credit. The College Board states that students with a score of 3 are "qualified" to earn college credit and students who get a 2 are "possibly qualified." The reality of what scores colleges will accept is much less generous. To learn more, check out this overview of AP scores as well as these articles on specific AP topics: Biology | Calculus AB | Calculus BC | Chemistry | English Language | English Literature | European History | Physics B | Psychology | Spanish Language | Statistics | U.S. Government | U.S. History | World History