Advanced Placement (AP) Exam Credit

what is advanced placement exam

Requesting AP Credit

The University of Virginia awards

    Advanced standing credit (course exemption and academic credit hours) or Advanced Placement (course exemption but no credit hours)

to entering students who have qualifying scores on the Advanced Placement (AP) tests. Students may receive credit in any academic discipline in which an AP test is offered so long as they take the test before the end of their senior year of high school.

Students may also earn course exemption (without credit)  for qualifying scores on the SAT II Subject Tests in

    English composition Foreign language

The University does not award credit or exemption  based on College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests.

Students should have their AP score reports

sent directly to the Office of Admission at the University (College Code 5820) in the summer following the senior year of high school.

Students may view their AP credits by going to the SIS.

Questions regarding Advanced Placement policies and procedures should be directed to:

Office of Admission

University of Virginia

P. O. Box 400160

Charlottesville, VA 22904

After matriculation, students should direct such questions to the College Registrar's office in 106 Monroe Hall.

The College reserves the right to change these policies at any time prior to the student’s matriculation.

Credit awarded may change as the College and departments review examinations and related material. Please check this web site often to verify credit award policy.


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