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  • yeah, even if you're not studying anything related to chemistry for your major/minor, you'll still have to have some science credits to get your degrees. of course, it's useless if the college you're attending doesn't accept ap tests as credit hours.
  • If you are not needing AP chem then why bother? You will need I think 2-3 semesters of science but you can take physical science, biology and then chem 1 or another science..why deal with AP chem if you don't need it. That's for those studying science or medicine and things.
  • Very little to none. Your SAT or ACT is far more important

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