AP, IB Credit

Advanced Credit Standing

The University of Michigan encourages prospective students to challenge themselves and welcomes those who have gone above and beyond in their high school academics by taking Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate courses. Typically, the 11th grade is the optimal time to start taking this course work if it is offered at your school. It’s a good idea to study subjects in which you are confident you will do well while at the same time seeking opportunities to challenge yourself.

As a result of having already successfully completed college-level work, some students can be admitted with advanced standing at the university. The larger benefit? By succeeding in rigorous academics before you enroll at the University of Michigan, you demonstrate that you are more than prepared to succeed at one of the most academically challenging institutions in the country. However, in addition to completing your AP/IB course(s), you must also perform successfully on the exam and earn a high score. Advanced Standing is only granted to students who have high exam scores.

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To see how the credits you’ve earned can be applied to your University of Michigan degree, please View the 2014-2015 AP Guidelines or View the 2014 IB Guidelines.

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