UALR Test Center Code: 6368
UALR requires that the official AP score report be sent directly from College Board; we cannot accept a fax, high school transcript, photocopies, etc.
AP exams contain both multiple choice and free response questions that require essay writing and problem solving. These exams are available to students who take AP courses in high school.
If you are NOT in high school, but are interested in taking AP tests, contact AP Services for Students to get the names and phone numbers of local, participating AP Coordinators who have indicated a willingness to test outside students.
If you took an AP test in high school, you should have your scores sent to UALR for evaluation. Contact the College Board AP to request that your scores be sent to UALR.
Four years after your most recent AP Exam, your AP scores are removed from College Board’s AP online score reporting system and archived. Complete the Archived AP Scores Request Form, and mail or fax it to AP Services. Archived AP Score Reports are mailed via first-class mail 15 business days after AP Services receives the request, and a confirmation copy will be sent to your home address.
Has my score report been evaluated and credits posted?
You may refer to your UALR Boss account to view your earned credits. You will need your UALR “T” number (ID) and pin number to access Boss.
UALR awards some sort of placement, exemption, or credit for every AP test score of 3 or higher.
A score of 2 may be used for placement or exemption in some cases. Consult the table below for complete information.
AP Test Title
UALR Credits Awarded
|Studio Art: Drawing||3||ARST 1310, Basic Drawing|
|Studio Art: 2-D Design||3||ARST 1315, Two-Dimensional Design|
|Studio Art: 3-D Design||3||ARST 2315, Three-Dimensional Design|
|Art History||3||Exempt from ARHA 2310, Art History Survey I, but must complete ARHA 2311, Art History Survey II and an additional 3 hours in upper-level art history|
|“||4||ARHA 2310 and ARHA 2311, Art History Survey I and II, but must complete an additional 3 hours in upper-level art history|
|“||5||ARHA 2310 and ARHA 2311, Art History Survey I and II|
|Biology||3||BIOL 1401, Science of Biology|
|Chemistry||3||Exempt from CHEM 1300, Preparation for General Chemistry; eligible to enroll in CHEM 1402, General Chemistry I|
|“||4||CHEM 1400, Fundamental Chemistry I or 1402, General Chemistry I|
|“||5||CHEM 1400, Fundamental Chemistry I, or CHEM 1402, General Chemistry I, and CHEM 1403, General Chemistry II|
|Computer Science A||3||CPSC 1375, Programming I|
|Computer Science AB||3||CPSC 1375 and 2376, Programming I and II|
|Microeconomics||3||ECON 2322, Principles of Microeconomics|
|Macroeconomics||3||ECON 2323, Principles of Macroeconomics|
|English/Rhetoric and Writing|
|English Language and Composition||3||RHET 1311, Composition I|
|English Literature and Composition||3||ENGL 2335, Introduction to Literature, exempt from RHET 1311, Composition I, and invited to enroll in RHET 1320, Honors Composition|
|Environmental Science||Environmental Science||3||ENHS 2320, Introduction to Environmental Health Sciences|
|Foreign Languages and Literature|
|Chinese Language and Culture||3||CHIN 1311, CHIN 1312, and CHIN 2311, Elementary Chinese I, II and Intermediate Chinese|
|French Language||3||FREN 1311, FREN 1312 and FREN 2311, Elementary French I, II and Intermediate French I|
|French Literature||3||FREN 3332, Introduction to French Literature|
|German Language||3||GERM 1311, GERM 1312, and GERM 2311, Elementary German I, II and
Intermediate German I
|Japanese Language and Culture||3||LANG 1311, LANG 1312, and LANG 2311, Elementary Language I, II and Intermediate Language I|
|Latin (formally Latin-Vergil)||3||CLNG 1311 and CLNG 1312, Elementary Biblical Hebrew and Biblical Hebrew Reading|
|Spanish Language||3||SPAN 1311, SPAN 1312, and SPAN 2311, Elementary Spanish I, II and Intermediate Spanish I|
|Spanish Literature||3||SPAN 3332, Introduction to Spanish Literature|
|Human Geography||3||GEOG 2312, Cultural Geography|
|Government and Politics|
|Government and Politics Comparative||3||POLS 2301, Introduction to Political Science|
|Government and Politics U.S.||3||POLS 1310, American National Government|
|European History||3||HIST 1311 and HIST 1312, History of Civilization I and II|
|U.S. History||3||HIST 2311 and HIST 2312, U.S. History To 1877 and Since 1877|
|World History||3||HIST 1311 and HIST 1312, History of Civilization I and II|
|Calculus AB||2||Eligible to enroll in MATH 1452, Calculus II. If final grade is B or better, credit will be awarded for MATH 1451, Calculus I|
|“||3||MATH 1451, Calculus I|
|“||4||MATH 1302, College Algebra, MATH 1303, Trigonometry, MATH 1451, Calculus I, and MATH 1452, Calculus II|
|Calculus BC||2||Eligible to enroll in MATH 1452, Calculus II. If final grade is B or better, credit will be awarded for MATH 1451, Calculus I|
|“||3||MATH 1451, Calculus I. Eligible to enroll in MATH 2453, Calculus III. If final grade is B or better, credit will be awarded for MATH 1452, Calculus II|
|“||4||MATH 1302, College Algebra, MATH 1303, Trigonometry, MATH 1451, Calculus I and MATH 1452, Calculus II|
|Calculus BC “AB Subscore”||Same as Calculus AB||Same as Calculus AB|
|Statistics||3||STAT 2350, Introduction to Statistical Methods|
|Music Theory||3||MUTH 1310, Music Fundamentals|
|Physics 1||n/c||No credit|
|Physics 2||n/c||No credit|
|Physics B (fall 2014 no longer administered)||3||PHYS 1321, Elementary Physics I and PHYS 1322, Elementary Physics II|
|Physics C – Mechanics||3||PHYS 2321, Physics for Scientists and Engineers I|
|“||4||PHYS 2321, Physics for Scientists and Engineers I and PHYS 2121, Physics for Scientists and Engineers I Laboratory|
|Physics C – Electricity and Magnetism||3||PHYS 2322, Physics for Scientists and Engineers II|
|“||4||PHYS 2322, Physics for Scientists and Engineers II and PHYS 2122, Physics for Scientists and Engineers II Laboratory|
|Psychology||3||Eligible to enroll in PSYC 3320, Introduction to Applied Psychology. If final grade is B or better, credit will be awarded for PSYC 2300|
|“||4||PSYC 2300, Psychology and the Human Experience|
Advanced Placement examination grades are reported on a five-point scale as follows:
5 = Extremely well qualified
4 = Well qualified
3 = Qualified
2 = Possibly qualified
1 = No recommendation
Scores are reported in early July.
AP Test Schedule and Registration
Please visit the College Board’s AP website for registration information and exam dates.