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· AP Studio Art: Drawing

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· AP English Literature and Composition

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· AP European History
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Advanced Placement exams - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Advanced Placement exams **

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material may be challenged and removed. /(May 2007)/

This article is part of the
Advanced Placement  series.
*General exam structure*    •    Awards
*Current subjects:*
· Art History
· Biology
· Calculus (AB & BC)
· Chemistry
· Chinese Language and Culture
· Comparative Government & Politics
· Computer Science A
· English Language & Composition
· English Literature & Composition
· Environmental Science
· European History
· French Language
· German Language
· Human Geography
· Italian Language and Culture
· Japanese Language and Culture
· Latin
· Macroeconomics
· Microeconomics
· Music Theory
· Physics B
· Physics C: Mechanics
· Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
· Psychology
· Spanish Language
· Spanish Literature
· Statistics
· Studio Art (2-D, 3-D, & Drawing)
· U.S. History
· U.S. Government & Politics
· World History

*In development:*
· Physics 1
· Physics 2
· Russian Language and Culture

*Former subjects:*
· Computer Science AB
· French Literature
· Latin Literature

*Advanced Placement examinations* are taken each May by students at
participating American, Canadian, and international educational
institutions. The tests are the culmination of year-long Advanced Placement
(AP) courses. All but one of the AP exams combine multiple-choice questions
with a free-response section in either essay or problem-solving
format.^[1]AP Studio Art, the sole exception, requires students to submit a
portfolio for review.

*Contents*

· 1 AP
· 2 University credit

· 2.1 In the United States
· 2.2 In Canada
· 2.3 In the United Kingdom
· 2.4 In China


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Placement_exams

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