Advanced Placement (AP)



Advanced Placement (AP) tests are offered to high school students through the College Board. Students will be able to earn college credit and/or course equivalencies with a sufficient score on an AP exam. High school students take AP classes to prepare for the exams, as well as to earn high school credit. Here you can find out how your scores on various AP exams will transfer to all public two and four-year institutions in Indiana. 

Starting with exams taken in May 2011, a new law requires all two and four-year Indiana public colleges and universities to award college credit that counts toward a degree for scores of 3 or higher. The Independent Colleges of Indiana have also chosen to provide information on how their scores on various AP exams will transfer.  Below you will find a link to this information as well.


Advanced Placement Information for Independent Colleges of Indiana

College Board