AP--Stand out with AP

AP--Stand out with AP

What is AP?

The Advanced Placement Program (AP) provides college-level courses for high school students. AP was first offered in 1955 by the College Board. Currently, Educational Testing Service (ETS) develops exam questions and organizes the AP Exams. With its development of more than 50 years, AP now covers 20 subject groups, 37 courses within, including Calculus, Statistics, Physics, Computer Science, Economics, English, History, Music, Arts, etc. Students can select AP courses based on their abilities and future career requirements. AP symbolizes the academic depth of high schools and is offered by many superior high schools in the US.

Our advantages

Taking AP courses and scoring successfully on the related AP Exams can offer the following advantages:

Firstly, AP students stand out in college admissions. US universities take students’ performance in AP Exams as a standard to value whether they are competent to take university study. On average, students are required to submit 5 AP Exam scores when applying for entry on to US top universities.

Secondly, numerous universities offer college credit, advanced placement, or both, for qualifying AP Exam scores.

In addition, by taking AP courses and earning qualifying scores on the related AP Exams, students can save on college expenses. The credits offered by universities can allow students to save college tuition, help them advance and avoid some related courses, and open up additional time on students'schedule.

Currently, more than 3600 universities in over 60 countries accept AP scores for credit, including Harvard University, Yale University, University of Oxford and University of Cambridge.