Advanced Placement at Blyth Academy
Advanced Placement (AP) courses are university-level courses taken by high school students. Students may choose to demonstrate their understanding and application of the material studied by taking AP examinations in May. Curricula and examinations are standardized by the College Board.
The motivation for taking advanced placement courses may vary, but all who participate are better prepared for their post-secondary lives: learning how to tackle challenging academic issues, honing time management and study skills, and most importantly – building confidence. At some colleges or universities, students who receive a high score on their advanced placement exam(s) will receive a credit and/or be exempted from introductory courses, allowing for direct entry into second year core courses, or eligibility to take extra classes. Regardless of this, students who take AP courses stand out, letting colleges and universities know that they have what it takes to succeed in an undergraduate environment.
Blyth Academy offers Advanced Placement courses via Blyth Academy Online [https://blytheducation.com/blyth-academy-online/courses/] and occasionally at select campuses. Courses with Blyth Academy Online can be started at any time, and accessed from anywhere.
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