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AP (Advanced Placement)

Overview

The AP Examinations are administered each year in May and represent the culmination of college-level work in a given discipline in a secondary school setting. Rigorously developed by committees of college and AP high school faculty, the AP Exams test students' ability to perform at a college level.

Development Committees meet throughout the year to create new exams, which each contain a free-response section (either essay or problem solving) and a section of multiple-choice questions. (The only subject that does not follow this format is AP Studio Art, which is a portfolio assessment.) The world language exams also have a speaking component, and the AP Music Theory Exam includes a sight-singing task. The multiple-choice questions are scored by computer, while the free-response portions are evaluated by a team of skilled college professors and high school teachers who meet annually to score exams in their subject area. The involvement of college faculty at all levels of exam development and scoring ensures that the AP Exams truly reflect college-level achievement. Students who perform well can receive course credit and/or advanced standing at thousands of universities worldwide.

Since 2012, AP has subject list for candidates to choose the subject to be tested as following.

  1. Art History
  2. Biology
  3. Calculus AB
  4. Calculus BC
  5. Chemistry
  6. Chinese Language and Culture
  7. Comparative Government & Politics
  8. Computer Science A
  9. English Language and Composition
  10. English Literature and Composition
  11. Environmental Science
  12. European History
  13. French Language
  14. German Language
  15. Human Geography
  16. Italian Language and Culture
  17. Japanese Language and Culture
  18. Latin: Vergil
  19. Macroeconomics
  20. Microeconomics
  21. Music Theory
  22. Physics B
  23. Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
  24. Physics C: Mechanics
  25. Psychology
  26. Russian Language and Culture
  27. Spanish Language
  28. Spanish Literature
  29. Statistics
  30. Studio Art: 2-D Design
  31. Studio Art: 3-D Design
  32. Studio Art: Drawing
  33. United States History
  34. United States Government & Politics
  35. World History

Date and Location

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Scoring

Scores in AP test divided into 5 levels from 5 to 1, which many universities require at 4 or more (some universities may also require at 3).

Cost

  • Cost for the course is available here.

Remarks

AP course is still not widely accepted in Thailand. However, some universities allow AP to be one of special requirements that examinees can use for admission.

Rules and Regulations

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