## Advanced Placement in Mathematics

There are several ways well-prepared students can exempt entry level mathematics courses before beginning classes at UGA. Exempted courses can be used to satisfy **prerequisites** for higher level courses and/or often fulfill **core distribution requirements. **Some scores may garner course credit as well, please see more information below.

**College Board Advanced Placement Program**

**There are two AP (Advanced Placement) Calculus exams (AB and/or BC)**

**The AB Exam**

*Covers differential calculus, integrals and some applications, and elementary differential equations.*

**Students scoring 4 or 5** on the AB exam:

- Place out of Calculus I (MATH 2250)
- Receive 4 semester hours of credit for Calculus I (MATH 2250)
- When these students come to UGA, they can directly register for MATH 2260 (Calculus II for Science and Engineering), its honors version (MATH 2310H) or Calculus with Theory course (MATH 2400 or MATH 2400H).

*Any major requiring MATH 2200 will accept the credit for MATH 2250.*

**Students scoring 3** on the AB exam:

- Place (exempt) out of Precalculus (MATH 1113)
*without credit*

*We generally advise students scoring 3 on the AB exam to begin their UGA studies with a differential calculus course (MATH 2200, MATH 2250, or MATH 2400(H))*.

**The BC Exam**

*Covers both differential and integral calculus, and infinite series.*

**Students scoring a 3** on the BC exam:

- Place out of Calculus I (MATH 2250)
- Receive 4 semester hours of credit for Calculus I (MATH 2250)

**Students scoring a 4 or 5** on the BC exam:

- Place out of Calculus I (MATH 2250 and Math 2260)
- Receive 8 semester hours of credit for Calculus I (MATH 2250) & Calculus II (MATH 2260)

**College Board Achievement Test**

MATH 1101 may be exempted without credit by scoring at least 670 on the SAT II test or by scoring at least 750 on the SAT II with calculator test.

**College Level Examination Program**

UGA no longer awards credit by CLEP.