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3's and 4's on the AP

darkspym7darkspym7 44 replies27 threads Junior Member
edited October 2005 in College Admissions
The college I'm applying to does not accept 3's or 4's for the AP's I received them on. Is it still in my favor to put them on my application, even if the score is a 3 (English Language and Composition)?
edited October 2005
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  • kcal19985kcal19985 120 replies5 threads Junior Member
    Yeah why not. Writing down that you got a 3 on a AP test won't hurt you at all. You may not get college credit for it but that is a completely different matter.When I applied to Berkeley I put down that I got a 3 on the AP English test, I didn't get any credit for my 3, but I included it anyways.
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  • smiles77smiles77 237 replies10 threads Junior Member
    Yes put it down. Itll look in your favor if you do as opposed to taking the class and never taking the test thus having nothing to put down. Get it? So, it doesn't matter what score you get, as long as you put in the effort.
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