AP Exams in Off-Topic Posted July 17, 2011 I just graduated, and entering college next year I ended up getting credit for some of my AP exams, and none of my IBs: 3 - AP Government (10th Grade). No college credit (score too low)4 - AP US History (11th Grade). No college credit (score too low)5 - AP Calculus BC (11th Grade). 4 credit hours5 - AP English Lang. + Comp (11th Grade). 3 credit hours5 - AP Chemistry (12th Grade). 6 credit hours (however, no immediate lab exemption. Have to turn in my labs to be checked by a professor for an additional 1/2 credit hours).5 - AP English Lit. + Comp (12th Grade). 3 credit hours (transferred as "Non-university transfer credit" instead of english, I think because I already had credit for Lang./Comp) 6 - IB Math SL (11th Grade). No college credit (none for SL)6 - IB Physics SL (11th Grade). No college credit (none for SL)5 - IB Computer Science HL (11th Grade). Maddeningly, no college credit, despite my college (UVA) giving credit for almost all other HL exams. I can take a placement exam and exempt myself from CS1110 (intro computer science), but I won't receive any credit. Students who took AP Computer Science (A or AB) will get 3 or 6 credit hours, respectively.4 - IB Economics SL (12th Grade). No college credit (none for SL + score too low). This class was such a joke, and I did not care at all about the exam because I knew I wouldn't get any college credit, was a second semester senior, and honestly disliked the class a great deal.5 - IB Spanish SL (12th Grade). No college credit (none for SL). I could have got 3 credit hours if I had taken HL and got the same score. In total, I am going in with 16 credit hours, which I can hopefully raise to 20 once I take a placement test for Calc 3 (dual-enrollment at community college). All in all, I missed out on 9 credit hours, 6 of which were my own fault (low scores), and the other 3 from getting screwed on the IB Computer Science HL exam.