Is it necessary to take AP classes? Are AP classes more lt?

When calculating GPA, it is important to note that AP class grades count for one additional point. If you score an A in an AP class, you will receive a 5.0 instead of a 4.0. If you get a B, you will still receive a 4.0, which is the equivalent of an A in a regular class. This means that AP classes can pull up a high school student’s GPA. An AP class contains university-level curriculum. Students that take AP classes and AP tests can sometimes apply these tests and courses toward their college degree. This may allow a student to skip general requirement courses and replace them with higher level courses, or it may even let a student graduate early. AP classes demonstrate dedication to learning; it is one more indication that a student can succeed at the university level.

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