Currently, i rank number one in my grade level, which basically states that I get straight A’s in all of my classes, and i scored well on the finals, only missing one or two problems in each class. So i just want to know how to get into an ap class, and if i am qualified.
Honors is just an accelerated class.
Get good grades, and talk to your cousellor about being put into ap or honors.
Honors nothing that special tbh, im taking all honors and its kinda boring, not hard…and you cant take ap classes as a freshmen
next year ill be taking AP Biology and AP Euro and they are college classes you take in high school and get a credit if you pass the AP exam with a 3 or higher.
Oh btw who told you biology, geometry and english are college prep classes lol? Cause they arn’t.
Oh btw take all AP english/history you can cause my teacher told me you dont wanna take those in college cause there 3 times the work..
Secondly, if you’re a freshman in high school you should be able to just talk to your guidance counselor and get put straight into honor’s classes or take an exam to get put in.
If you’re a freshman in college, the way I got in was through my ACT scores. If your ACT, or whatever standardized test you had to take, was is high enough your university might have a program you can apply to. At my university, you have to have a minimum of a 25 on the ACT and maintain a 3.2 GPA thoughout your college career.
Hope this helps!
AP guidelines vary greatly by school district. Stop by your guidance counselor’s office and find out. Most would allow an excelling sophomore to take at least one AP course. If not, ask your parent to contact the school’s principal to find out how to change this procedure.
Furthermore, ask who pays the AP test ‘s fee. Most school districts cover the cost, but not all. They may also have a contract you and your parents will need to sign when you sign up for an AP course. If you fulfill these requirements, then they will pay for the test fee. I don’t know the fee exactly but it’s somewhere around $100, which is less than a college text book. 🙂
You may also receive college credit for an AP class if you score high enough on a test administered by Th College Board.
ps good job on being number one!
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