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Jessie1995

Are AP classes also for students in middle school?

one more thing..i'm in high school, and i wanna take AP classes now on...my GPA is more than 3.5...but i wanna know what u need to have to take all AP classes? is it a good idea to take all AP classes or not?
my bro AP biology and like other AP classes...but i'm not sure what u should have to take all AP classes? should u have something to go to AP classes...and what does all these exactly do? i know they're good for college but what are the EXACTLY good for?

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Simply put, AP (Advanced Placement) classes are college-level courses offered for high school students. At the end of the school year, you have the opportunity to take an AP exam, which, if you pass, will give you college credit to transfer to the university you plan on attending after high school. Since AP courses are taught at the college level, they involve more studying and dedication than regular high school courses; it is easy to get overwhelmed by all the work. I recommend that you start out by taking one AP course, then consider taking more later depending on how well you cope with the fast-pace learning environment. Don't bite off more than you can chew, you know? If you want more information on AP courses, go to CollegeBoard.org.

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to take all AP classes is extremely hard and doesn't give you any freedom, I know from experience and it needs all your attention or else things get really complicated

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It depends some state school systems have different programs like spectra which is a separate class for the advanced students or gifted classes, but if you specifically mean AP then no

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angelhuman

No, not all middle schools are the same

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