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self reporting self studied AP scores

futurecollegeguyfuturecollegeguy Registered User Posts: 46 Junior Member
if a college requires/asks for you to self report your AP scores, would it be fine to not include a ap test that you self studied? for example, my school doesn't offer computer science so if I take the exam, would I have to send my score in my application for colleges who ask for AP scores?

Replies to: self reporting self studied AP scores

  • Collegguy123Collegguy123 Registered User Posts: 20 New Member
    Hi, unless your school puts AP Scores on your transcript (this is very rare but worth asking your councilor about) then the colleges have no way of knowing you took the test if you did not take the class. This could be used to your advantage because they will never know if you failed an AP that you self studied for. I hope this helped :)
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