Advanced Placement (AP) courses are first-year university level courses at high schools in Canada. These courses are designed for highly motivated students who want to learn about certain subjects in more depth, and who want to demonstrate to potential universities and colleges their willingness to take on academically rigorous courses. AP courses are subject to a standardised test scheme, and students can choose to write the Advanced Placement Examination, which means students may earn a university credit or advanced standing at certain universities and colleges across Canada and the United States. Different Advanced Placement courses may be offered at different high schools in Canada. Available AP courses may include calculus, English literature and composition, biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental science, French literature, government and politics, macroeconomics, physics, psychology, studio art and more.
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