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Take AP Courses Participating in the AP Program gives you the opportunity to take
college-level courses while you’re still in high school. With 37
courses in 22 subject areas, there’s bound to be a course that
matches your interests. You’ll find AP courses in art, languages,
the social sciences, and more. Discover the joys of learning by
studying subjects in greater depth and detail.
AP courses demand skills that can lead to success in college.
You’ll have the opportunity to develop the writing skills, problemsolving techniques, and study habits that are expected of college
students. Plus, taking rigorous AP courses demonstrates your
maturity, willingness to push yourself intellectually, and commitment
to academic excellence, which can help you stand out in the college
admissions process. How to Enroll in AP Courses
Talk to an AP teacher or the AP Coordinator at your school about
the course you want to take. Discuss the course workload and any
preparation you might need. AP made my daughter more
responsible. She couldn’t get by without
doing her best work. She had to apply
herself, challenge herself, and meet the
Linda Fleury, Parent, Sacramento, California exams Put Your Knowledge to the Test:
Take AP Exams
Each AP course has a corresponding AP Exam that schools worldwide
administer in May. AP Exams are an essential part of the AP
experience and provide you—and colleges and universities—with
a standardized measure of what...
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