The Advanced Placement (AP) exam is a series of 34 different tests, each with their own requirements, designed to measure how well you’ve mastered the content and skills of the particular course. A passing score can earn you college credit and advanced placement in university, allowing you to stand out in the college admission process. The exams are generally 2-3 hours long and consist of two parts: 1) multiple choice and 2) free response. Depending on the specific AP exam, the format is either scantron-based, computer-based, or require porfolios as in the case of AP Arts. In most cases, you are able to take more than one subject test on the same day.

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