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

Tiny Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in the suburbs of Boston was established in 1997 and offers a project-based curriculum firmly oriented in the real world. All students receive annual scholarships worth $20,000. The admissions staff says the school is "very interested" in students who have taken Advanced Placement courses. However, credit for AP tests and similar tests isn't available (regardless of your score).
Tiny Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in the suburbs of Boston was established in 1997 and offers a project-based curriculum firmly oriented in the real world. All students receive annual scholarships worth $20,000. The admissions staff says the school is “very interested” in students who have taken Advanced Placement courses. However, credit for AP tests and similar tests isn’t available (regardless of your score).
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