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AP Exams in India

Advanced Placement (AP) Exams

The Advanced Placement Program created by the College Board in the USA and Canada offers college-level curriculum and examinations to high school students. The students who get high scores in the Advanced Placement examinations usually receive grant placement and course credits by colleges & universities in the United States. More and more students in India are pursuing further studies in colleges and universities in other nations via Advanced Placement, with many applying to institutions in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

AP Exam Preparation

Students may register themselves for one of the best AP preparatory courses with us, which will be administered in May, at testing centers in Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Pune. The Advanced Placement testing schedule offers exams in subjects such as Economics, Calculus, Physics, and Statistics. The AP exam has teamed up with MeritTrac, India's largest assessment company to ensure excellent security in the administration of the exam in our continent.

Getting started with AP is more difficult than you think. You need to have proper coaching and assistance to score good in your in AP examination. Our team of the best AP tutors at Manya-The Princeton Review can assist high school students to get the opportunity to take college-level courses and achieve advanced placement.

AP (Advanced Placement) in India - Recognition by Association of Indian Universities (AIU)

The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) has granted recognition to the AP Exam. Students who wish to pursue their undergraduate studies in India can take the AP exam and courses and will be issued equivalence certificates that will enable them to enroll in a bachelor's degree program at a university in India.

 

AP is a trademark registered and owned by the College Board, which is not affiliated with and does not endorse this product.

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