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The AP® exam is a standardized test created by the College Board that is typically taken in person. Once a student completes an AP® course they are eligible to take the AP® exam in person, or digitally with prior authorization by January, each May. The AP® exam is optional and students are not required to take it. However, students that choose not to take the AP® exam will not be eligible to receive college credit. AP® exams are scored from 1 to 5 and colleges typically require students to earn a score of 3 or higher to be awarded college credit.
IVLA students interested in taking the AP® exam will need to register directly with the College Board starting in January of each year. IVLA does not administer AP® exams. Students may also contact AP Services for Students at (888) 225-5427 (toll free in the United States and Canada) or (212) 632-1780 or at [email protected] to request contact information for local AP coordinators who can help facilitate their exam.