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The biggest academic change we’ve seen during the COVID-19 pandemic involves the AP exams—you’ll be able to take them at home! They’ll also be shorter, streamlined in format, and available on more than one date. Watch to find out about how this will affect college credit, what the College Board is doing to prevent cheating, and more.

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