ITT – Developed by College Board (which organizes the SAT and TOEFL exams), AP includes courses that correspond to the first year’s college content, allowing students to get used to and have the opportunity to get college degree while in high school. As a result, AP courses are becoming more popular with students who wish to study abroad.
Benefits of studying AP
Participating in an advanced training program with a clearly plan will help you identify your future path. AP scores are also accepted in universities and colleges in more than 55 countries around the world. So, if the SAT demonstrates your general knowledge, the AP shows how you can adapt to the university.
Studying AP will save you time and money. If you complete three to four AP courses in high school with a good result, you will be eligible for a one-semester discount in most schools, and saving money at the same time. For those who plan to study abroad, the AP courses will help you to adapt to the university’s methodology, knowledge and language, improve your foreign language skills… These preparatory steps are very important, determine your success on the way to study abroad, as well as provide effective learning orientation.
What is the special of AP courses?
AP courses are much more difficult than other international programs, requiring a lot of effort and dedication. The APU will require a grade point average of 3.0 to be considered for AP courses, but some will be considered based on teacher judgment and decision-making.
Therefore, when participating in this course, students will receive more attention from teachers in order to find strengths and weaknesses. Thanks to that, teachers have teaching methods appropriate to students’ ability to develop comprehensive skills. Teachers do not go into the depth of interpretation or analysis, but rather focus on discussion so that students can explore and research.
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