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"Not an official score report."

socraticfanaticsocraticfanatic 19 replies2 threads Junior Member
Hi all,
I recently took the AP World History exam, feeling great afterwards after I (apparently) thought I answered everything punctually, just like I did during all the mock exams and in-class DBQs and LEQs. Although, when I opened my AP score report, much to my dismay, I saw a score that I believe does not adequately reflect my performance and proficiency in the course. My AP scores, however, did not appear normally on the main score report page (with all the previous exam scores). I had to go through the "Missing scores" link, which took me to a page with only 2019 exams listed. In the top right corner, a bright red message reading, "Not an official score report," appeared as well. I am almost positive that I filled out all the information on my AP registration forms correctly, so why would this message pop up? I've searched for other people with the same issue at my school or on Twitter/Quora, but I can't seem to find anyone. Any ideas?
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  • RichInPittRichInPitt 2432 replies39 threads Senior Member
    ""Not an official score report," typically means that you can't print that page and turn it in to universities that require an official score report directly from College Board.

    You could always contact CB and ask:

    Advanced Placement Program® (AP) - Students and Parents
    [email protected]
    International: 212-632-1780
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