Pre-College Credit

Agnes Scott College welcomes students who have completed national examinations such as the College Board Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate higher level, French Baccalaureate, German Abitur, British A-levels or University of Cambridge International Examinations.

A maximum of 32 credits may be earned from qualifying examinations (a sum of all below). Credit will not be granted for scores from two programs which appear to be equivalent.

College Board Advanced Placement

Scores of 4 and 5 on most examinations result in credit and/or placement. See Agnes Scott's AP credit policy.

International Baccalaureate

Scores of 5, 6 or 7 on higher-level examinations may result in credit and/or placement. See Agnes Scott's IB policy.

French Baccalaureate

In general, scores of 12/20 or higher on examinations in a variety of subjects may result in transfer credit and/or placement. Students with qualifying scores should consult with the appropriate department chair or program director to determine the specific credits and placement. Language credit is awarded after completion of an internal placement test.

German Abitur

In general, scores of 10/15 or higher on examinations in a variety of subjects may result in transfer credit and/or placement. Students with qualifying scores should consult with the appropriate department chair or program director to determine the specific credits and placement. Language credit is awarded after completion of an internal placement test.

Cambridge ACE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)
and Cambridge General Certificate of Education (British A-Level Examinations)

Agnes Scott requires at least five O levels with at least one in Mathematics and one in English for matriculation purposes. A/AS levels with examination grades of A, B and C are considered for advanced standing. A final GCE statement of results is required for evaluation. 

In general, grades of A and B may result in credit and/or placement. Students with qualifying grades should consult with the appropriate department chair or program director for specific credit and placement.