4.6. I have Advanced Placement (AP) Math Credit Precalc, Calc (AB, BC) , or Statistics Exam Credit
Math Placement, Transfer Credit/Credit by Exam, PPL (Math Placement Test) → MATH Credit by Exam & Transfer Credits → I have Advanced Placement (AP) Math Credit Precalc, Calc (AB, BC) , or Statistics Exam Credit
UA Math awards college level credit for the following AP exams:
Exam Name  Required Minimum Score  UA Math Credit  Units 
Precalculus (PCL)  New in 2024  3, 4, or 5  Math 120R, Calculus Preparation  4 units 
Calculus AB (MAB)  3, 4, or 5  Math 125, Calculus I  3 units 
Calculus BC (MBC)  3  Math 125, Calculus I  3 units 
Calculus BC (MBC)  4 or 5  Math 125 & Math 129, Calculus I & II  6 units 
AB subscore on Calculus BC (MBS)  3, 4, or 5  Math 125, Calculus I  3 units 
Statistics (MST) *  3  Math 163, Basic Statistics  3 units 
Statistics (MST) *  4 or 5  Math 263, Intro to Statistics and Biostatistics  3 units 
*Statistics courses are not used for Math Placement.
See how UArizona awards credit for other AP exams here.
Students can contact the Math Placement Office for additional information about their individual circumstance. It is the student's responsibility to make sure they are enrolled in the correct UA Math course after college credits are processed into the UA system.
To get credit for your AP Exam, please do BOTH of these things:

Send an Official Score Report to the UA Registrar through the College Board Advanced Placement Program site. This is not provided through your High School.

Check if UA has processed your score:
 Check to see if your transfer credit is in UAccess. You can check this a week before your orientation. If UA has your score, we can use this for your fall schedule.
 If UA does not have your score: Email a copy of your AP score report to the Math Placement Office one week before your orientation. Include your Student ID number (8 digits) and Orientation date. If you have questions about your next math course, please include that in the email.
 If you do not have your score yet, then you may need a math placement for registration purposes. Incoming students should refer to their Next Steps Center.