Whether to take Advance Placement (AP) courses – “college-level” courses – in high school is a BIG discussion topic for students who want to apply to top colleges. This is because how many of the AP courses offered at a student’s high school are taken by a student is a very important criterion for college admission officers.
As one college counselor at a prominent
1) courses taken
2) grades gotten
3) courses the student could have taken based on the profile of his/her high school (how many of the high school’s offered AP and honors courses the student actually took)
This is the beginning of my second guest blog post at CollegeFinder.GlobalScholar.com – read the rest of the post at http://tinyurl.com/5nojfo.