Proficiency credit is awarded on the basis of sufficiently high
scores from 33 AP
exams and is subject to change upon annual review. The policies
below apply to all students entering UIUC in Summer 2008, Fall 2008,
or Spring 2009.
that May 2009 will be the last year that the Computer Science AB, French Literature,
Italian, and Latin Literature exams will be offered.
Chinese Exam is now accepted for proficiency credit.
Japanese Exam is now accepted for proficiency credit.
Please note that May 2009 will be the last year
that the Computer Science AB, French Literature, Italian, and
Latin Literature exams will be offered.
The University of Illinois recognizes the value of the Advanced
Placement (AP) Program and the International Baccalaureate (IB)
Programme. However, students should be aware that there are times
when it is in the student’s best interest to take the UIUC course
that corresponds to the AP or IB credit instead of accepting the
test-based credit, so as to be better prepared for the rigors of
the subsequent course in the sequence. Students are able to consult
with their academic advisors during Summer Registration in order
to determine what will be most appropriate for their individual
plan of study.
New undergraduate students who have not already earned college-level credit in
the subject are allowed to take a UIUC departmental
proficiency exam in math,
biology, chemistry, physics, French, German, or Spanish if they wish to try to
proficiency out of an introductory course. Click here for details.
Questions should be directed to the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or
by calling 217-244-4437.