Advanced Levels (A-Levels)
Students entering Georgia Tech may receive college credit based upon their scores on the College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Exams taken in conjunction with designated high school advanced placement classes, SAT II Subject Tests, The International Baccalaureate, Advanced Levels (A-Levels), and/or Georgia Tech Departmental Exams.
Once enrolled at Georgia Tech, students are not allowed to take College Board (Advanced Placement and SAT II), International Baccalaureate, or A-Level Examinations for credit. All examinations must be completed prior to the student's enrollment date. Students who offer satisfactory evidence that they are qualified to do so may receive credit for a course by examination at Georgia Tech. Such an examination is called an Examination for Advanced Standing.
|Biology||Grade: A = BIOL 1510||4|
|Chemistry||Grade: A or B = CHEM 1310||4|
|Economics||Grade: A = ECON 21001||3|
|Math||Grade: A or B = MATH 1551||2|
|Physics||Grade: A = PHYS 2211 & PHYS 2212 2||8|
Georgia Tech does not grant credit for AS-Level or O-Level examination results.
1 Effective for the 2019-20 Catalog Year.
2 Students who receive a grade of B will be contacted by the School of Physics after submitting official A-Level results to the Office of the Registrar with information about taking a placement test to validate the credit. If students pass the test, they will be awarded credit. Placement tests are normally offered early to mid August each year.