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I read on the collegeboard website that you are able to cancel your scores (before the scores are sent out??) if you feel you did bad on them. I also heard that you can sent colleges (if any) the scores that you choose to send them. I have some questions about all of this though. How do you choose not to send the scores to certain colleges? When will you have to do this? Do just report it by yourselves when you apply to colleges?
Are the AP exam scores automatically on your transcript or w/e?? If you choose to cancel/not show the college your scores, will they know that you took it and canceled it?
Lastly, what score should I show colleges (3,4,5??) I want to get into UC Berkeley/Standford and I'm not sure what scores they are looking for. Probably a 4 or 5 right? Will your chances go down if you get an A in your AP course but a 3 or 4 in the AP exam? Thanks in advance.
P.S. It would be great if you know a site that answers some of these questions.