If you took some Advanced Placement (AP) tests in high school, pursued an International Baccalaureate (IB) program, or sat for British A-level exams, you may be wondering how we take AP into account at Princeton, and how your AP credits can and cannot make a difference for you.
AP can be used:
to fulfill the foreign language requirement;
to place you into a higher-level course;
(if you are in the B.S.E. program) to fulfill general requirements in chemistry, math, and physics; (if you become an ECO major) to fulfill your department’s statistics requirement.
to qualify you for a semester or a full year of Advanced Standing, so that you could graduate with seven or six...