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Exam Score Results

About AP® exams

Advanced Placement® (AP®) exams are standardized subject tests offered every May at local high schools and testing centers. Millions of high school students take the exams in more than thirty subjects.

AP® exams are designed to test college-level mastery in a particular subject. Students who earn passing scores (3 or above on a 5-pt. scale) demonstrate knowledge equivalent to what they would be expected to know at the end of a first-year college course.

That’s why so many colleges grant credit to students, let them place out of lower-level classes—or both—on the basis of high AP® scores.

HSLDA Online Academy’s AP® exam scores

Please Note: HSLDA Online Academy was formerly known as Patrick Henry College Preparatory Academy. Past exams results reports reflect the former program name.

MAY 2015 EXAM RESULTS

Highlights: 336 total scores were reported for students who completed one or more of the eight AP® courses the Academy offered in 2014–15. Of those exam results, 22% were scores of 5 (the top AP® exam score), 82% were passing scores of 3 or above, and the average score was 3.51. See full 2015 score report.

MAY 2014 EXAM RESULTS

Highlights: 414 total scores were reported for students who completed one or more of the nine AP® courses the Academy offered in 2013–14. Of those exam results, 28% were scores of 5 (the top AP® exam score), 83% were passing scores of 3 or above, and the average score was 3.65. See full 2014 score report.

MAY 2013 EXAM RESULTS

Highlights: 334 total scores were reported for students who completed one or more of the nine AP® courses the Academy offered in 2012–13. The percentage of students in each course who earned a 5 (the top AP® exam score) exceeded the percentage of students around the world who earned a 5 in the same subjects. 83% were passing scores of 3 or above, and the average score was 3.63. See full 2013 score report.

MAY 2012 EXAM RESULTS

Highlights: 227 total scores were reported for students who completed one or more of the nine AP® courses the Academy offered in 2011–12. Nearly one-third of these were a score of 5—the highest AP® exam score possible. 82% were passing scores of 3 or above, and the average score was 3.65. See full 2012 score report.

MAY 2011 EXAM RESULTS

Highlights: 166 total scores were reported for students who completed one or more of the six AP® courses the Academy offered in 2010–11. The average score was 3.55 and 82% were passing scores of 3 or above. See full 2011 score report.

Will my AP® exam score count for college credit?

If you want to know whether the college of your choice accepts AP® exam scores for credit, we recommend 1) calling the college’s admissions office or 2) using the College Board’s transfer credit policy search tool.

Get more information about AP® courses and exams and how they work.