The Advanced Placement Program (AP) is a testing program of the College Entrance Examination Board. High school sophomores, juniors, or seniors who have participated in an AP program during high school, or who have developed an equivalent background through self initiative, may take tests in any or all of the following areas: biology, calculus, chemistry, economics, English, US government, US history, music theory, studio art (drawing and general), physics, and psychology. AP examinations are given in AP approved high schools during the third week of May. Further information on this program is contained in Guide to the Advanced Placement Program, College Board Publication Orders, Box 2815, Princeton, NJ 08540. AP credit is limited to 32 semester credits. Students must request an official AP transcript be sent to the Registrar for evaluation of any LCSC equivalent courses. See the chart (at the end of this section) with the required scores for transfer of AP exams to equivalent LCSC courses.
Advanced Placement Required Scores for Transfer Credit
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