If you’ve been feeling left out because your fellow high school classmates are taking AP exams this year, don’t worry, there’s still a chance for you! You can take the exam again. It might sound like an unusual concept but it’s actually not that uncommon. In this blog post, we will talk about what to do if you want to retake an AP exam and how to go about doing so.

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The process of retaking an AP exam is the same as taking one for the first time: you’ll need to register and pay, take a college-level course in that subject (or have taken it before), and then sign up for the appropriate AP test. The only difference between registering for your first AP exam and your second is that you won’t be eligible to receive high school credit if this is not your first time taking the exam. You can find more information about retaking exams at CollegeBoard’s website here: //apstudent.collegeboard.org/retake-exams If you’re someone who wants to retake an AP test because they weren’t satisfied with their score or feel like there was

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