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So you want to go to a college that doesn't offer Advanced Placement credit [SLIDESHOW]

Dartmouth College will end the practice of awarding college credit to incoming first-year students who earn qualifying scores on AP exams beginning with the class of 2018. After the kind of years-long discussion that only a faculty could have, Dartmouth's professors recently voted to pull the plug on the practice. The reason: the 34 varieties of AP courses and their corresponding exams lack the rigor of Ivy League classes.
Dartmouth College will end the practice of awarding college credit to incoming first-year students who earn qualifying scores on AP exams beginning with the class of 2018. After the kind of years-long discussion that only a faculty could have, Dartmouth’s professors recently voted to pull the plug on the practice. The reason: the 34 varieties of AP courses and their corresponding exams lack the rigor of Ivy League classes.
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