Most colleges award credit in an introductory biology course for a score of 3 or higher. Higher tier schools generally only accept a score of 4 or 5.   The grade distributions since 2008 are shown below:
Your AP Scores can earn you valuable
credit and placement in college.
Only a person holding a Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent may be admitted as a student for a post-secondary qualification. However, CUT may exempt a person from this criterion on the basis of the outcome of an individual recognition of prior learning (RPL) assessment. Applications for such an RPL assessment may be submitted to the Assessment and Graduation Unit.
Talk to your counselor about taking the course online through an approved provider.
Independent research on the academic benefits of the Advanced Placement English Language and Composition course indicates that not all students receive academic benefits from participating in the course. In a study with a sample size of over 90,000, the authors found that students who took the AP English Language and Composition course did not receive any increase in academic achievement unless they also prepared for and took the AP test. The authors controlled for over 70 intervening variables and found that AP students who took and passed the English Composition and Literature exam had ACT scores that were points higher than non-AP students or AP English students who did not take their course's AP test.  This led the authors to state that AP participation "... is not beneficial to students who merely enroll in the courses ..."  :p. 414