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ADVANCED PLACEMENT--COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION BOARD (CEEB)

If you have taken CEEB advanced placement courses through high school programs, you may be eligible for advanced placement and/or credit. The advanced placement course is administered and graded by the Educational Testing Service. High Schools interested in more information should contact the Advanced Placement Program, P.O. Box 6670, Princeton, New Jersey 08541-6670. To request a copy of the CEEB College Grade Report, write to the Advanced Placement Program, P.O. Box 6671, Princeton, New Jersey 08541-6671 or call 609-771-7300. The ESU Code is 6335.

ESU accepts advanced placement exam scores in several areas and assigns pass credit rather than grades. The only fee is assessed by CEEB. If you enroll in a course for which you have already received advanced placement credit, the previous credit will be canceled.

Subject Score Credit Awarded
     
Art-General 5 3 hrs elective credit
Art-Drawing 5 3 hrs elective credit
Art-History of 5 3 hrs general educ credit
Art-2D Design* 4 3 hrs elective credit
Art-3D Design* 4 3 hrs elective credit
    *With portfolio review,
    equivalent course may be
    waived.
Biology 3-5 3 hrs (GB 100)
    (No Lab credit)
Chemistry 4-5 Enroll in CH 126/127
    Grade earned will also be
    awarded for CH 123/124
Eng-Lang/Comp 3-4 3 hrs (EG 101)
Eng-Lang/Comp 5 6 hrs (EG 101 and 102)
Eng-Lit/Comp 3-4 3 hrs (EG 101)
Eng-Lit/Comp 5 6 hrs (EG 101 and EG 207)
Environ Sci 4-5 3 hrs elective credit
Foreign Lang 3-5 3 hrs elective credit.
    Credit not awarded if it
    is the student's native
    lanugage.
Govt & Pol US 5 3 hrs (PO 121)
Govt & Pol Comp 5 3 hrs elective credit
Hist-US 4-5 6 hrs Amer Hist (exempt
    from HI 111 and 112)
Hist-European 4-5 6 hrs World Hist (exempt
    from HI 101 and HI 102)
Hist-World 4-5 6 hrs World Hist (exempt
    from HI 101 and HI 102)
Math - Calc AB 3 5 hrs (MA 165)
Math - Calc AB 4-5 5 hrs (MA 161)
Math - Calc BC 4-5 5 hrs (MA 161)
Math - Stats 3-5 3 hrs (MA 120)
Music Theory 3 3 hrs (MU 118) and
    1 hr (MU 108)
  4-5 3 hrs (MU 119 and possibly
    MU 218)
Physics 5 5 hrs (PH 140/141)
Psychology 3-5 3 hrs (PY 100)