W. Va. Code R. § 135-59-8 - Policy for Acceptance of Advanced Placement Credit

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

8.1. West Virginia state colleges and universities shall accept advanced placement credits according to the following guidelines:
8.1.1. High school students completing advanced placement examinations of the College Board with a minimum score of 3 will receive credit at any state college or university, as indicated in die list of advanced placement exams offered by the College Board. The Central Office of the Community and Technical College System of WV maintains a list of all College Board advanced placement exams and the minimum number of credits that each institution shall grant. Credit is to be awarded solely on the basis of satisfactory performance of a score of 3 or higher on the advanced placement examinations.
8.1.2. When the examination is in the area of the student's major, the institution will award credit toward the major or the core curriculum.
8.1.3. An academic department within the institution may, upon approval of the institutional faculty, require a higher score than 3 on an advanced placement test if the credit is to be used toward meeting a course requirement for a major in the department.
8.1.4. Credits awarded by regionally or nationally accredited institutions of higher education in West Virginia for successful completion of advanced placement exams are transferable to West Virginia state colleges and universities in accordance with the advanced placement policy of the receiving institution.

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