Advanced Placement (AP) courses allow you to take college-level
course work in high school and receive credit from Oklahoma state
colleges and universities. The courses cover a variety of academic
subjects, such as art, biology, chemistry, computer science,
economics, English, foreign languages, history, math and
music. You must take a national AP exam in the subject and
achieve a score of at least three in order to qualify for college
credit. There may be a fee charged to take the AP exam. For more
information about AP testing dates, fees and more, visit
You can also visit ShowWhatYouKnowOK.org to learn how previously earned college credit,
licenses, certifications, military training, advanced standing
scores, and knowledge gained through other learning experiences can
be applied toward a degree program.
Contact the institution you plan to attend to get information on
AP subjects and exam scores accepted for credit. You may also want
to contact your high school counselor or email firstname.lastname@example.org.