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My college has informed me that I need to take an Ability to Benefit (ATB) exam in order to be eligible for the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) and Scholarships. What exactly is meant by ATB?

If you do not have a US high school diploma or recognized equivalent such as a GED, you must take and pass an ability to benefit (ATB) exam designated by your school to be eligible to apply for State aid. The ATB exam demonstrates the student’s ability to benefit from the training offered.

I do not have a high school diploma or GED and have not been home schooled; however, I have attended college before and have earned 24 college credits. Can schools accept these credits in place of an ATB exam?

Yes, if you have earned 24 credits in the core classes required by the New York State Education Department you will not be required to take an ATB exam to be eligible for State aid. Also, the 24 credits can be used to obtain a GED.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION
 You can find more information about the different exam programs, including detailed descriptions of exams, current and historical grading
scales and score information, at the following web sites:

Advanced Placement Program
Cambridge AICE
College-Level Examination Program
DANTES/DSST Examinations – The cost of each Exam is $80.
International Baccalaureate Program:
Excelsior Examination Program:
UEXCEL –The cost of each UExcel Exam is $95
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