What is a good grade for an AP class?
AP classes affect GPA as well regular classes usually weight an A in a class as a 4.0. But many high schools and colleges give AP classes an additional point. So it’s possible to have a 5.0 GPA credit from an AP class. Or, a student could get a B in an AP class but still have a 4.0 GPA.
Does Harvard accept AP classes?
Advanced Placement ExamsEXAMAP SCOREHARVARD CREDITAP United States History58AP World History50MATH AND COMPUTER SCIENCEAP Calculus AB*5439
Is taking 6 AP classes too much?
Yes, it’s too much. You could be that one person who can handle this schedule, but something has to give, and your Junior year needs to be REALLY strong in order to keep you competitive. AP Calc AB is solid for anything above a 3, but bear in mind that over 30% of students who took the test last year scored only a 1.
Does Yale accept AP?
Yale accepts scores of 4 and 5 on the AP® exams for credit. The score requirements vary by department. You can use your AP® credits to “accelerate” your Yale education. With the professor’s permission, you can use your AP® credits to take higher-level classes sooner.
Does Yale accept self reported?
Applicants who are admitted and choose to enroll at Yale will be required to submit official score reports that match their self-reported scores prior to enrolling. Applicants may also send all official scores directly to Yale via the testing agency. Yale’s CEEB code for the SAT is 3987; the ACT code is 0618.
Does MIT accept AP credit?
MIT grants credit for a score of 5 on some College Board Advanced Placement (AP) exams. If you take an AP exam more than once, only your higher score will be counted. Credit is automatically recorded when scores are received from the College Board.
Does Stanford accept AP credit from high school?
Stanford accepts AP® scores of 3,4, & 5 for course credit. These requirements vary by department. Stanford has certain classes that everyone has to take called General Education Requirements. You can’t use AP® credits to get out of them.