I know it depends on the college but is it a general rule? I have taken pre-cal, next year will be calculus, and AP english, so would a college take those credits if i pass the courses?
sorry i didnt read what else you had written DX. For the Ap english you will be given an exam which you have to pay for and depending on the score you get you will get college credit. its scored from 1 to 5 and anything above 3 is considered passing and for most colleges will get you credit for that course. Unless Calculus is an AP calculus course you will not be able to receive any credit
No. They will not take high school credits. Everyone takes the same classes in high school as they do in college (biology, chemistry, math, english), obviously it is not at the same level in high school as it is in college. Unless they are AP courses, there's no way they're going to give you credit.
AP courses count if you pass this certain test they give. i'm in AP bio and i can take it i think in April...? sometime around there. but yeah, it might depend, though. i don't know if it's a standard college thing or not. probably differs per college.
your high school should let you know if the courses you are taking will also be college credits. if not, the college wont. There is a program called steps to university in my school, and we get 2 university english credits if we complete it.
i think you would have to take a test to prove you learned the necessary information and they may allow you to receive credit for it but im not sure.
They should take the AP English credits(that's what the class is for more or less) but unless it's AP Calculus I doubt it.
Nope. Unless its AP courses, itl transfer to your community college or state/university.