Some of your General Education or major requirements may be fulfilled with AP or IB credit. Please note that Chapman accepts only official score reports received directly from College Board (for AP), and official documents received directly from the International Baccalaureate Organization (for IB). Scores that are noted on high school or college transcripts are not accepted for credit.
A maximum of 32 credits may be earned in passing courses by examination. No more than 32 credits will be awarded for dual credit (college courses taken while concurrently enrolled in high school or GED program) or combined dual credit and AP or IB.
Please see the Registrar's Office website for a list of accepted AP and IB exams, and their course equivalencies at Chapman.
If the Registrar's Office has official scores on file, you will see the credit you have received on your program evaluation in the appropriate section.
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You will see the course for which you received credit (for this student, it was BIOL 204), followed by a "NONC" designation. This signifies that you did not actually take BIOL 204, but that you received credit in another way. It also shows the number of credits you have earned (this student earned 4 credits).
If you took AP exams in your Senior year of high school, and you are still waiting for the scores, you may want to consider waiting on certain areas of GE. For example, if you took the European History AP exam in your Senior year, and you are confident that you earned at least a 4, you may want to wait on the GE Social Inquiry area.
Special note for Pre-Med students: Not all medical schools accept AP or IB scores to satisfy admission requirements. For more information, you should plan to meet with the Pre-Med advisor in your first semester at Chapman.
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