Since it's an interview for your new career, you'll be asked multiple-choice questions and you need to answer them correctly. You've done this many times before on tests you've taken, so you know exactly how the questions are worded and how much you need to know. When you're asked a new question, it should be easy enough to find a single answer.
But you're still not sure whether or not to answer the question. The professor tells you that you didn't get the right answer, but you've seen it many times before. You're thinking, "Maybe I'll just take the test again..."
So you take the test again. And again. You don't have a clue as to how to answer the questions, but you don't want to admit that you couldn't get it right the first time.
You think to yourself "I'll just take the test again. Just to be sure..." but by then you've already lost several practice tests. Now you're getting nervous about the real thing.
Now you're thinking "I'll just take the test again. Just to be sure..." but by then you've already lost several practice tests. Now you're getting nervous about the real thing. You get to the third try and you finally know how to answer the question, but you still don't feel confident.
You take another test. You know that you ready. The professor is taking notes and doesn't even look at you like he's done with you yet. He's not.
You take it again. This time, you give it your best shot and get it right the first time. But you still don't feel really confident because the whole thing seems like an elaborate joke.
It's now the fourth try. You think to yourself "I'll just take the test again. Just to be sure..." but by that point you're getting really angry because now you feel like you're being kept from your dream. You're frustrated because you're not sure if you're going to be able to take the AP exam the second time around.
You go back, take the test again and now you're thinking to yourself "I'll just take the test again. Just to be sure..." but by that point you're a few minutes away from your car and you've already taken one test. You are making excuses for not studying.
You. took the AP test a year ago, when you were in college and you did it the first time you took it. So you can't possibly be taking it again, right? Well, there's a secret to learn before you start your second attempt at the exam.
The University of Phoenix, Kaplan and Associates are all the same on the Internet; they will require that you take the AP Exam again. They only change their requirements slightly for every test that you take, and that means that if you take the AP Exam twice, you'll have to retake it again. That's the reality of it.