A-G credit requirements for UCs

My student's high school gave him one credit for the AP world history exam that he took in 8th grade and got a 4. However, on his high school transcript, it showed as "Pass" instead of a letter grade, and even though it's given as one credit (1 yr), it only displayed as one semester on transcript. Does this meet the History requirement as part of the A-G UC requirements?

According to the UC admission requirements your student meets the two years of history requirement by scoring a 4 on the AP World History exam. If your student took the AP World History exam and scored a 4 then they should report his score when in their UC application (they can also have the College Board send their exam results directly to UC).

‘World History/Cultures/Geography: score of 3, 4 or 5 on the AP exam in European History, World History or Human Geography; score of 5, 6 or 7 on the IB History HL or Geography HL examWorld History/Cultures/Geography: score of 3, 4 or 5 on the AP exam in European History, World History or Human Geography; score of 5, 6 or 7 on the IB History HL or Geography HL exam’
http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/freshman/requirements/a-g-requirements/index.html

I would also inquire with your student's high school whether they can get their transcript to reflect more specifically their precise score. If not, please note the response below in regards to a high school not reporting scores or credits:

‘If a student takes calculus or statistics at a college/university but the high school refuses to give them high school credit for these classes, do these classes still qualify the students for UC admission even if the classes are not listed on the high school transcript?

Yes, as long as the college/university classes are transferable to UC they count toward UC's subject requirement. Students should report this coursework and their grades on their UC applications. If they are admitted, they will be required to provide a college/university transcript along with their high school transcript’.

http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/counselors/q-and-a/subject/index.html#12