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Advanced Placement (AP) courses are entry-level University courses offered as high school classes that are standardised and administered by the College Board. Due to their academic rigour, students can receive college credit for these courses depending on their exam scores.
In an ever-competitive admissions environment, it’s important for students to demonstrate intellectual curiosity. What does this mean?
Admissions officers want to see students step outside their traditional school environment and seek out opportunities to expand their understanding of and involvement in whatever interests them! Whether it’s computer science, world history, political science, or studio art, admissions officers want to know that you are taking every opportunity you can to become an expert.
|AP Comparative Government and Politics||6:00AM|
|Computer Science Principles||9:00AM|
|Physics C (Mechanics)||2:00PM|
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CGA is excited to offer Advanced Placement (AP) courses beginning this November. AP courses allow high school students to take classes at the US university level. They allow students to study 38 subjects in-depth and prepare them for college-level work. Most US universities recognize AP credit as college credit. The AP Program offers several awards for high achievement. Each year, over 2.8 million students take AP exams, with most students taking multiple APs during the course of their high school careers. AP is one of the most recognized curricula for top universities and CGA is looking forward to launching this program.
At a nearby AP testing centre or eligible school. Families should ensure there is a suitable exam venue nearby to them. Our Enrollment Advisors can help advise on exam venues.
Our classes are taught by qualified teachers that have demonstrated outstanding prior results teaching APs.
We keep our classes below 15 students but are, on average, between 6 – 8 students to ensure maximum engagement.