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All Advanced Placement (AP) Classes

Can you name every AP (Advanced Placement) class that is currently available to students?
Commonly used slang/shortened terms for some classes are accepted as type-ins
Classes which are in development of making as well as former subjects are included as gray cells
Do not type "AP" preceding the course's name
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Capstone
Seminar (Part I)
Research (Part II)
 
Arts
Art History
Music Theory
Studio Art (2-D, 3-D, Drawing)
 
Science
Biology
Chemistry
Environmental Science
Physics (I / II)
Physics B (Name Change)
Physics C (Electricity & Magnetism / Mechanics)
Physics C (Split into two APs)
Mathematics
Calculus (AB / BC)
Statistics
 
World Language
Chinese Language & Culture
French Language & Culture
French Literature & Culture (Discontinued)
German Language & Culture
German Literature & Culture (Discontinued)
Italian Language & Culture
Japanese Language & Culture
Latin
Latin Literature & Culture (Discontinued)
Latin: Vergil (Discontinued)
Spanish Language & Culture
Spanish Literature & Culture
Russian Language & Culture (In Development)
Government / History
Comparative Government & Politics
European History
U.S. Government & Politics
U.S. History
World History: Modern
World History: Ancient (In Development)
 
Computer Science
Computer Science A
Computer Science AB (Discontinued)
Computer Science Principles
English
English Language & Composition
English Literature & Composition
International English Language
 
Economics
Macroeconomics
Microeconomics
 
Other
Human Geography
Psychology
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Level 55
Aug 7, 2023
Human Geography and Psychology are considered history courses; as are both Micro and Macro economics, good quiz though