Q: WHAT IS THE ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM (AP)?
A. AP (advanced placement) is a college board program. Classes are developed by the college board to give high school students an introduction to college-level classes and also gain college credit before even graduating high school. AP exams are tests on everything you’ve learned in your AP class that year. Most colleges award students with qualifying AP exam scores college credit, giving students the opportunity to skip intro-level courses in the subject, or both.