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As a transfer student, will I automatically receive AP, IB or A-Level examinations credit if it was accepted at my previous institution?

Cornell's [Courses of Study][1] website provides information about how much Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) credit is awarded for various subjects. The rules may differ from those at an applicant's former college. [1]:

Does the College of Arts and Sciences give credit for Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), A-Level, or French Baccalaureate Exams?

Yes. Cornell's [Advanced Placement & Advanced Standing chart][1] summarizes what (if any) credit you would receive, as well as what introductory courses you could choose to place out of, based on your scores. For English exam credit in the College of Arts & Sciences, please refer to the [English Exam table][2]. Corn…

Does the College of Engineering offer credit for AP, IB, and A-level scores?

The College of Engineering routinely offers credit for appropriately high scores on Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate Higher Level (IB), and General Certificate of Education (A-level) examinations. For detailed information on the acceptable scores, please refer to the [Advanced Placement and Transfe…

How does Cornell handle IB credit?

Cornell is a leader among American Universities in enrolling undergraduate students who have earned the International Baccalaureate (IB). Cornell regards the IB program as a rigorous, advanced program of study, and students are pleased to find similar opportunities here at Cornell through interdisciplinary courses, in…

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