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2014-2015 Advanced Placement (AP)

The College Board Advanced Placement Program (AP) Examinations are not offered at UT Arlington; however, most AP Examinations are evaluated by UT Arlington as basis for credit.

AP Examination score reports are sent by the College Board (CB) in mid-July to institutions listed as recipients on the students AP registration form. (The CB code for UT Arlington is 6013). Students should bring a copy of their score report when meeting with their academic advisor.  After the official score report has been received, scores will be available for viewing by your advisor in MYMav. UT Arlington does not automatically post credit-by-exam to a student transcript.  There are choices that the student, with the help of his/her advisor, should make before claiming the credit.  Credit-by-exam can be added to your record after Census date of your FIRST SEMESTER at UT Arlington. 

Once you have consulted with your Advisor, you can log into your MyMav account and click on:  UTA Customizations>UTA Testing Services>Petition for Credit.  Please read through all the instructions on the Petition for Credit screen before scrolling to the bottom of the page and claiming the credit.

To have your official score report sent to UT Arlington, contact the College Board at 1-888-CALL-4-AP. For more details visit the AP Home Page.

Satisfactory Scores

COLLEGE BOARD ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAMINATIONS
Satisfactory Scores and Course Credit 2014-2015
EXAMINATIONSCOREUT ARLINGTON COURSE
ART
Art History 4,5 ART 1309 or ART 1310
Studio Art: 2-D Design Portfolio1 4,5 ART 1305
Studio Art: 3-D Design Portfolio 4,5 ART 1306
Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio 4,5 ART 1307
BIOLOGY
 Biology 4,5 BIOL 1333 & 1334 or BIOL 1441
CHEMISTRY
 Chemistry 4 CHEM 1441
 Chemistry 5 CHEM 1441, 1442
CHINESE
Language 2 CHIN 1441, 1442
Language 3 CHIN 1441, 1442, 2313
Language 4,5 CHIN 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314
COMPUTER SCIENCE
 Computer Science A 4,5 CSE 1310
ECONOMICS
Macroeconomics 4,5 ECON 2305
Microeconomics 4,5 ECON 2306
ENGLISH
Language and Composition 4 ENGL 1301
Language and Composition 5 ENGL 1301, 1302
Literature and Composition 4,5 ENGL 2303
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
Environmental Science 3, 4, 5 GEOL 1301
FRENCH
Language 2 FREN 1441, 1442
Language 3 FREN 1441, 1442, 2313
Language 4,5 FREN 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314
GEOGRAPHY
Human Geography                     4,5           GEOG 1302
GERMAN
Language 2 GERM 1441, 1442
Language 3 GERM 1441, 1442, 2313
Language 4,5 GERM 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
United States 3,4,5 POLS 2311
HISTORY
United States 4,5 HIST 1311, 1312
European or World History 4,5 HIST 2302
JAPANESE
Language 2 MODL 1441, 1442
Language 3 MODL 1441, 1442, 2313
Language 4,5 MODL 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314
LATIN
Virgil 3 LATN 1441, 1442
Virgil 4,5 LATN 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314
MATHEMATICS
Calculus AB 4,5 MATH 1426
Calculus BC 4,5 MATH 1426, 2425
Statistics 4,5 MATH 1308
PHYSICS
Physics B 3,4,5 PHYS 1441, 1442
Physics C
Mechanics 3,4,5 PHYS 1443
Electricity 3,4,5 PHYS 1444
PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology 4,5 PSYC 1315
SPANISH
Language 2 SPAN 1441, 1442
Language 3 SPAN 1441, 1442, 2313
Language 4,5 SPAN 1441, 1442, 2313, 2314
Literature 3,4,5 SPAN 3320

1 Also known as General Portfolio