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Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

Advanced Placement (AP) courses allow you to take college-level course work in high school and receive credit from Oklahoma state colleges and universities. The courses cover a variety of academic subjects, such as art, biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, English, foreign languages, history, math and music. You must take a national AP exam in the subject and achieve a score of at least three in order to qualify for college credit. There may be a fee charged to take the AP exam. For more information about AP testing dates, fees and more, visit the College Board websitenew_window.


Visit ShowWhatYouKnowOK.orgnew_window to find out what college coursework you are eligible for based on your advanced standing scores. This website also shows students how their previously earned college credit, licenses, certifications, military training, and knowledge gained through other learning experiences can be applied toward a degree program.

Inventories provided on the website may not be a complete list. Contact the institution you plan to attend if you have questions or would like to find out if your assessment is eligible for college credit or email

Additional Resources


Visit the Oklahoma State Department of Educationnew_window website for more resources to support your AP work.


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