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AP Scores, etc.

KylelovespiKylelovespi Registered User Posts: 29 New Member
edited December 2008 in College Admissions
What is the consensus about submitting AP scores of applications for subjects that a student didn't pass? Is it OK to just leave the score off?

If my ACT scores are better than my SAT scores should I just remove the SAT scores from my application?
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Replies to: AP Scores, etc.

  • ATLs09ATLs09 Registered User Posts: 453 Member
    I wouldn't put anything where it says SAT. Ironically my SATs were better, so I left the ACT portion blank. It is good your ACTs are better, because sometimes they take the place of subject tests.

    It is unecissary to but failed scores. Colleges are primarily considering how much credit you will receive based on your passing scores.
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