So, there's been a lot of confusion surrounding these AP Exam HITs, and they're quite good money makers if you get familiar with them. So let's get acclimated! AP Exams, or Advanced Placement exams are tests given to high school students that allow them to get college credit. The scores are 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. 3 is considered "passing" but the acceptance of AP exams is up to individual policy of the school. That's where these HITs come in. The HITs want you to test those links. If those links come to a chart of Advanced Placement/AP Exam Credit, you're golden to continue. If not, you submit everything with a no on the top half. Let's go with the "good link" scenario. Good link means you found either a chart, list, or grid that lists the type of exam and the given credit for a score on the exam. Now, locate the exam you're looking for. If you can't find that exam, you're already done. Press no at the top, submit, and move on. If you do find the exam name, you have more work to do. When you find the place in the chart, make sure to be familiar with how the chart reads for the school. If there are no "minimum scores" listed in the chart, there's likely a text at the top specifying a minimum score. If you cannot find ANY score information despite finding the exam, submit "Unclear". Otherwise, you'll see that they require either a minimum of 3, 4, or 5, usually 3 or 4 is the minimum score. Usually, they offer the same credit based on a minimum score. If the score minimum is 4, that means your 3 column is all nos. Same with minimum 5, that means 3 and 4 are "No". Sometimes, schools award credit differently depending on the score. This is rare, but clearly listed. If a specific course code is listed for credit, the answer for placement is "yes". If it's a general elective credit, the answer is either unclear or no, depending, and you check a box in the bottom half that says elective credit. That's pretty much what there is to these HITs. Once you get a rhythm, you'll be doing pretty good here. I'll give some examples in a bit, but please, hit me with specific questions on anything I glossed over too quickly or you need more explanation on.