|State scholarship criteria include AP scores|
|Arizona||Yes. The Arizona Board of Regent’s High Honors Tuition Scholarship is a 25% in-state university base tuition scholarship valid at state universities. Eligible students must meet three sets of criteria:
|District of Columbia||No|
|Georgia||Not for AP exam scores. However, to be eligible to receive a HOPE scholarship, a student must receive credit in at least 3 courses prior to graduating from high school from any of 6 categories of advanced coursework, including AP courses in core subjects. Effective for students in the Class of 2017, this requirement increases to credit in at least 4 advanced courses, including AP courses in core subjects.|
|Kentucky||Yes, for supplement to the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES). The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) is directed to provide a supplemental award for achievement on AP exams for an eligible high school student whose family was eligible for free or reduced-price lunch for any year during high school enrollment. The supplemental award for AP exam scores are:
|Massachusetts||Yes. A candidate for the Certificate of Mastery with Distinction must attain minimum scores on one of the following sets of assessments:|
(a) Two SAT II exams
(b) Two AP exams
(c) One SAT II exam and one AP exam
(d) One SAT II exam and one Other Achievement
(e) One AP exam and one Other Achievement.
Students must earn at least a 3 on an AP exam or a score on an SAT II exam determined by the Department to be comparable to a score of three on an AP exam where SAT II and AP exams exist in the same subject area. Students earning a Certificate of Mastery with Distinction receive a tuition waiver to state postsecondary institutions for up to 8 semesters, provided students maintain a minimum 3.3 GPA.
|New York||Yes. To be eligible for a New York state achievement and investment in merit scholarship (NY-AIMS), a student must have graduated from a New York state high school, enrolled in an approved undergraduate program of study in a New York state postsecondary institution beginning in the 2015-2016 academic year or thereafter, and achieved at least two of the following during high school:
|North Dakota||Yes. To be eligible for a North Dakota Academic Scholarship, a student must fulfill one of the required units of academic credit by either an AP course and exam, or dual credit, or non-remedial course via an early entrance program.|
|Texas||Yes. To receive an initial TEXAS (Towards EXcellence, Access, and Success) grant, a student who is a first-time undergraduate must be a graduate of a public or accredited private high school in Texas who completed the foundation high school program or its equivalent and have met any two or more of the following academic eligibility requirements: