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The AP isn't just a college placement examit is a complete program that includes at least one year study in an accredited high school as well as a standardized "final" AP examination.

  • AP = Advanced Placement
  • Intended for high school students who are taking AP-approved courses at their schools. The exams are built into the class program, so it is not a workable option for adult learners or high school dropouts.
  • The AP courses and exams are provided by high schools that are approved by the College Board.

Online resources that provide an overview of the subject. These are especially
helpful for learners who are searching for subjects that suit their needs and
personal interests.

Resource Publisher
Overview of AP Exams Wikipedia
Overview of the AP Program College Board

Official AP Website

What AP subject exams are available?

  1. Art History
  2. Biology
  3. Calculus
  4. Chemistry
  5. Chinese Language and Culture
  6. Comparative Government & Politics
  7. Computer Science
  8. English Language & Composition
  9. English Literature & Composition
  10. Environmental Science
  11. European History
  12. French Language
  13. German Language
  14. Human Geography
  15. Italian Language and Culture
  16. Japanese Language and Culture
  17. Latin
  18. Macroeconomics
  19. Microeconomics
  20. Music Theory
  21. Physics
  22. Psychology
  23. Spanish Language
  24. Spanish Literature
  25. Statistics
  26. Studio Art
  27. U.S. History
  28. U.S. Government & Politics
  29. World History



English Language and Composition

English Literature & Composition

History & Social Science

Comparative Government and Politics

European History

Human Geography




United States Government and Politics

U.S. History

World History

Math & Computer Science

Calculus AB

Calculus BC

Computer Science A

Computer Science Principles





Environmental Science

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics 1: Algebra-Based

Physics 2: Algebra-Based

World Languages & Cultures

Chinese Language and Culture

Chinese Language and Culture

German Language and Culture

Italian Language and Culture

Japanese Language and Culture


Spanish Language and Culture

Spanish Literature and Culture




David L. Heiserman, Editor

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