Advanced Placement (AP)
Minnesota Department of Education's site regarding Advanced Placement
The link below is to the College Board's information site regarding Advanced Placement. The College Board is the governing body for the AP program.
How to Access Your AP Scores
AP® students will get their scores online in July. To access their scores online, students must follow the steps outlined below.
|•||Fill in AP answer sheets carefully and consistently at exam time or during a preadministration session. It is especially important to provide name, date of birth, sex, mailing address, and email address.|
|•||Sign up for a College Board account on the student AP score website as early as possible. Students must have an account to access their scores.|
|•||Remember the following information, which will be required to see scores in July:|
Score Release Schedule
The score release schedule will be available on the student AP score website in May, and students will receive an email in early July reminding them when they can access their scores.
College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
The College Board program allows you to accelerate your education by skipping introductory college-level courses in subjects you have already mastered. You can earn college credit by achieving a qualifying score on any of 34 exams. The time and money saved can be used toward early college completion or to pursue a second major or advanced degree. The computer-based tests are offered at various locations. The nearest is at Hennepin Technical College (you do not need to be planning to attend HTC). Not all colleges and universities accept CLEP exams. Ask your School Counselor for help. For more information ,visit this site: https://www.hennepintech.edu/current/pages/282