UW-Waukesha Admission Requirements
If the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha is your dream school, make sure you fulfill their admission requirements before you graduate high school! eAchieve Academy offers online high school courses for students who want to ensure they are on course to successfully passing the entrance process of their choice college. If your dream is to attend a University of Wisconsin school, don't get stuck attending a technical college just because you didn't plan ahead - enroll in our advanced placement (AP) high school courses online to give your application a boost and save money!
Freshman Admission Class Requirements at UW-Waukesha
How Many AP Classes Should You Take to Get Into UW Waukesha?
Advanced placement courses are a great way for high school students to save money on tuition by earning college credit, challenge themselves academically and make their college applications stand out. Some students have a hard time knowing how many AP courses are needed to get into college. eAchieve Academy recommends an AP courseload that becomes progressively more challenging as students near graduation.
What AP classes does UW - Waukesha accept?
The AP classes listed below are all accepted for credit at the University of Wisconsin Waukesha, provided the student achieves a passing score on the corresponding standardized exam. Passing scores range from 3 to 5, depending on the class.
AP classes offered at eAchieve Academy that are accepted at UW Waukesha:
- AP Art History
- AP Biology
- AP Calculus A/B
- AP Calculus B/C
- AP Chemistry
- AP Computer Science Principles
- AP Economics Macro
- AP Economics Micro
- AP English
- AP French
- AP Spanish
- AP European History
- AP Music Theory
- AP Physics 1
- AP Physics 2
- AP Psychology
- AP United States History
- AP World History
See this page outlining all courses UW Waukesha accepts for AP credits and the minimum scores needed on the exam for credit. If you need assistance figuring out if an eAchieve Academy class meets UW Waukesha requirements, contact us.