What happens if I fail the AP exam?

What happens if I fail the AP exam?

Basically, nothing happens if you fail an AP exam. Whether you get a passing or failing AP exam grade, you can still go to college. Colleges do not take a look at the AP exam as the only a criterion for accepting or rejecting a student.

Should I drop AP Chem?

Drop Chem. Grades are important, but IMHO the thing that should worry you most is what this is telling you about your readiness for college. Some kids can’t do the work of calc or chem, but the most likely cause is poor study habits. Either you aren’t studying effectively or you aren’t spending enough time on it.

Is AP chem the hardest AP class?

From what I’ve heard, A.P. Chemistry is the hardest exam you can take. Be prepared to be invested in Chemistry all year. The class itself is difficult and so is the A.P.

Can you take an AP class in college?

Because AP courses and exams are standardized and overseen by the College Board, universities can trust that students who take AP classes are actually capable of doing college-level work. Meanwhile, some entry-level dual enrollment courses are less challenging than high school courses.

Should I take AP bio or chem?

Definitely take AP Chemistry. College chem goes much more in depth. IMO Chemistry is harder than biology. Intro Biology is easier to make connections and requires less critical thinking.

Can anyone take an AP test?

Yes. Although it’s not recommended, any student who feels prepared for the exam can take it. They’ll have to find somewhere that’s offering the exam—often a nearby school—and talk to that school’s AP coordinator about signing up.

Are AP exams college-level?

What is Advanced Placement and why is it important? AP ® tests are college-level exams on specific subjects and are administered in May upon the completion of an AP course taken at a student’s high school. At many colleges and universities, a high enough score will earn the student college credit.