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More students taking advanced exams

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ROSEVILLE – More Minnesota high school students taking rigorous advanced placement courses than ever, and passing exams that allow them to get college credit without paying for college.

State education officials say a new report released by the College Board shows that trend is paying off academically and financially.

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