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How to send AP scores to college?

wikisaiyanwikisaiyan Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
edited January 2013 in College Admissions
How to send AP scores to school?

Whats the process if I do not have my AP score sheet anymore.
also do the test results "expire" after time , e.g. 2 years?
Post edited by wikisaiyan on

Replies to: How to send AP scores to college?

  • entomomentomom Registered User Posts: 23,662 Senior Member
    Google 'send AP scores'
  • glidoglido Registered User Posts: 5,968 Senior Member
    One has to pay to have them sent. You can just self-report the scores during the application process. Once you have been admitted, selected your school and paid your deposit, you can pay to have your AP scores officially reported to you college. It is not worth paying to send them to more than the school in which you will matriculate. Each school is a little different, so be sure to check your school's policy on APs.
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