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01/22/2013

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Alyssa Wolff

Dear Mr. Asch,

Thank you for the informative link. It seems Penn still does offer credit for many AP courses. And, in line with your most recent post at Dartblog.com, I am hard pressed to find a college or university that does not. In light of this information, I would agree that Dartmouth is "going out on a limb" with its new policy.

Thanks again,

Michael Palumbo
Editor, IN Blog

Joseph Asch

Students at Penn can obtain individual credits for AP work, and they may use them to take a light term or even skip an entire semester if they have four credits. Here is Penn's list of departments offering various levels of credit for AP work.

www.admissions.upenn.edu/apply/freshman-admission/ap-ib-and-pre-college-credit

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