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How do you send your AP scores if you forgot your AP number?

yawnyawn . Posts: 2,141 Senior Member
edited August 2011 in Transfer Students
I took my AP exams back in high school. I'm now a sophomore in junior college, and I need to send my AP scores to this college for IGETC certification.

*But*, this site:

AP Scores - AP Grades & Reporting Services

...says that I need to have my "AP number". I have no idea what my AP numbers were (presumably I have three, because I took AP exams three different years).

I sure as hell hope this doesn't mean all my AP scores were useless because I can't remember my AP numbers. Does anyone know what to do?
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Replies to: How do you send your AP scores if you forgot your AP number?

  • yawnyawn . Posts: 2,141 Senior Member
    Does anybody at least know how many digits an AP number is supposed to have?
  • college_ruledcollege_ruled Registered User Posts: 1,243 Senior Member
    I had a similar situation with the ACT where I had forgotten that number. They let me use my social security number instead.

    You could try calling the college board or your high school.
  • sandiLsandiL Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    def. don't need to remember your ap number--i had a similar problem. just go on the collegboard website, and call. they're are a bunch of numbers but you can figure it out, they're labeled by purpose.
  • veronica92veronica92 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    i just did it in less than three minutes. i provided my name, birthdate, address, and exam years...seriously simple!!!
  • lakeracelakerace Registered User Posts: 229 Junior Member
    Yet another old thread is brought back from the depths of CC.....
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