Advanced Placement courses follow a prescribed syllabus developed and audited by the College Board. AP courses are designed to equate to the initial year of college/university study in a given subject. Students who score a 3 or above, out of a possible high score of 5, generally indicate that a student is “qualified” for college-level coursework; a 4 indicates a student is “well qualified”; and a 5 indicates a student is “extremely well qualified”. Therefore, a student scoring a 3 generally receives advanced placement, or college credit, from colleges and universities. The most competitive colleges and universities often require an AP score of 4 or 5 prior to granting credit.
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