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Advanced Credit Guide 2010/2011 About Advanced Credit As a new student at Boston University, you may be eligible for advanced credit based upon: college courses completed during high school or dur- ing the summer Advanced Placement (AP) examinations International Baccalaureate examinations GCE Advanced-Level examinations French Baccalaureate examinations German Abitur examinations Italian Maturita examinations Swiss Maturity examinations For specific information about credit awarded for IB, GCE, French Baccalaureate, German Abitur, and Italian Maturita examinations, see . Credit that you receive may be awarded toward: general education requirements concentration requirements elective credit Advanced credit offers flexibility, which can be helpful if you are planning: dual concentration Boston University Collaborative Degree Program (dual-degree program) combined BA/MA or BS/MS program early graduation Students accepted into the Seven-Year Liberal Arts/Medical or Dental Programs and the New Jersey Medical School Seven-Year Program cannot receive advanced credit. Advanced Placement Credit Most programs at Boston University award credit for test scores of 4 or 5 on most AP examinations. For some programs and exams, credit is awarded for a score of 3. Students who enter the University during the 2010/2011
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