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If you are currently enrolled in AP classes at your high school and are planning on taking the AP Exam, you can review the AP credit awards list to determine minimum examination scores and course equivalencies.
If you have taken or are planning to take CLEP exams, review the CLEP credit policies and course equivalencies to learn about minimum examination scores and what course credit you may be eligible to receive.
If you are currently enrolled in the IB program, you may be eligible to receive college-level credit. Review the IB awards list to determine the examination score needed to obtain college-level credit and to learn about course equivalency.
Any student (permanent resident, green card holder, U.S. citizen, or student seeking or currently on a visa) with overseas or foreign credit will need to have these credits evaluated by an approved external credit evaluator to determine U.S. equivalent GPA and credit hours.
Non-collegiate sources of learning experiences such as Military Training (JST) or workforce training (ACE) may be eligible for transfer course credit for students at Benedictine University.