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2 years ago
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Can you take APs over the summer and where can I find them?

I live in North Georgia

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@katiewang2 years ago

Are you asking about taking AP courses or taking AP exams?

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@katiewang2 years ago

Which one? Courses or exams?

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2 years ago

Due to the rigor of AP courses, Georgia Virtual School does not offer AP courses online for 12 weeks. One can take such classes for 16 or 18 weeks and it's only available during the fall or spring. Below are the online classes AP classes offered by Georgia Virtual.

ARTS - AP Art History, AP Music Theory

LANGUAGE ARTS - AP English Language and Composition, AP English Literature and Composition

SOCIAL STUDIES - AP Comparative Government and Politics, AP European History, AP Human Geography, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Psychology, AP United States Government and Politics, AP United States History, AP World History

MATH & COMPUTER SCIENCE - AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Computer Science A, AP Computer Science Principles, AP Statistics

SCIENCES - AP Biology, AP Chemistry. AP Environmental Science, AP Physics C: Mechanics, AP Physics I: Algebra-Based, AP Physics II: Algebra-Based

WORLD LANGUAGES - AP French Language and Culture, AP Spanish Language and Culture

I hope this helps. enjoy your day.

2 years ago

It may be an online AP class you could take but it's best to ask your advisor/counselor.

2 years ago

i don't think you can because you have to take ap exams at the end of the course and they're only in may, but this may not be true for your area, so i'd say ask your couselor.


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