So now you have all these good scores from your Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and A-level (and similar test) exams. What can you do with them?
You can post up to 2.00 of these pre-matriculant credits to your Wesleyan transcript. Make sure that you can provide official documentation of your scores or grades. Some AP subjects, such as English and Biology are automatically posted while others require that you pass a departmentally-identified course with a minimum grade in order to be eligible to post the credit. Complete information on how to post AP and IB credit to your transcript is maintained by the Registrar’s Office.
College courses taken on a college campus and taught by a college faculty member with other college students prior to your matriculation at Wesleyan also may be transferred to your Wesleyan transcript, if they were not used to complete requirements for your high school diploma. You will need to ask the college to send a transcript directly to me at the Deans’ Office at Wesleyan (237 High St., 06459) in order to post this credit and if the credit is listed on your high school transcript, have your high school counselor confirm on school letterhead that it was not necessary for graduating high school.
You may post all your pre-matriculant credit, but only up to 2.00 credits total of any kind of pre-matriculant credit will count towards your graduation requirements.