Advanced Placement (AP) is a program of college level examinations developed by the College Board that gives high school students the opportunity to receive college credit.
Mott accepts scores of three (3) and above for credit on more than a dozen Advanced Placement examinations.
AP Exams relevant to Placement Testing:
|AP Exam||Score||Credit Hours||MCC Equivalency|
|Calculus AB||3||5||Math 170|
|Calculus BC||3||5||Math 180|
|English Language/Composition||3||3||English 101|
The AP examinations are offered nationally and world-wide each May, and are administered at participating high schools.
Students must submit an official advanced placement transcript of course work to the Office of Records & Registration. Only official transcripts
received by mail will be accepted for transfer credit. Advanced Placement transcripts
can be obtained at the following website: https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/home
Official transcripts should be mailed to:
Mott Community College
ATTN: Records Office
1401 E. Court St., Flint, MI 48503-2089
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is developed by the College Board and measures college-level knowledge in five basic areas of the liberal arts: English composition, humanities, mathematics, social science and history, and natural science.
CLEP Exams are conducted by appointment only and based upon availability. Most exams take 90 minutes and cost between $89 and $99 plus a $25 administrative fee, effective July 1, 2019. Costs subject to change. For more information regarding Registration, Scheduling, and Payment, call (810) 762-0372.)
Students can prepare for these exams using study guides available for purchase from the College Board.
MCC students may be awarded appropriate college credits for college level course work if they successfully complete one or more CLEP examinations.
All CLEP exams will have a standard credit granting score of 50 or higher.
CLEP Exams relevant to Placement Testing:
|CLEP Exam||Score||Credit Hours||MCC Equivalency|
|College Composition||50||3||ENGL 101|
|College Composition Modular||50||3||ENGL 101|
|College Algebra||50||4||MATH 130|
|College Mathematics||50||6||MATH 120 (+2cr. Math Elective)|