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steve2000steve2000 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
If you took an ap test where does the scores go? How does colleges get the scores?

Replies to: Ap exams

  • skieuropeskieurope Super Moderator Posts: 37,594 Super Moderator
    If you're a senior, you can can send a score report (which will include AP's from every year of testing) for free by bubbling in the college when you take an AP exam this year.

    If you're not a senior, AP scores are self-reported on the Common Application, and the official score report does not need to be sent until you have decided on which college you will be attending. At that point, you can send the free score report as mentioned above, or you can order your score report online, which costs $15.

    More detailed info here.
  • steve2000steve2000 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    I'm a junior and I feel like I'm going to do bad on the ap psych test. So what do I do if I do bad? I read that you can just not send it.
  • skieuropeskieurope Super Moderator Posts: 37,594 Super Moderator
    I'm a junior and I feel like I'm going to do bad on the ap psych test.
    For starters, don't worry about things that have not happen yet. Perhaps you'll do fine, and you're worrying for nothing.

    As I said above, AP scores are self-reported on the Common App. This is voluntary, so you can choose to report any/all/none of your scores.. You can also exclude scores from the score report that the CB sends. But really, don't even worry about it until you get your scores in July, when the whole question may become moot.
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