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Should I send all these AP Scores to the Ivy League?

yshahiyshahi 4 replies4 threads New Member
World History: 4
Macroeconomics: 5
Psychology: 5
Physics 1: 3
Statistics: 4
Seminar: 3
English Language: 5
US History: 5
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Replies to: Should I send all these AP Scores to the Ivy League?

  • RichInPittRichInPitt 2471 replies41 threads Senior Member
    Sorry, what exactly are you asking?

    If you’re asking whether you should send a score report for every test to every Ivy School - no.

    Official scores are often sent after accepted admissions so the school you will be attending can make decisions on credit/placement. In that case, might as well send them all to the one school unless the cost is prohibitive.

    If you are still in the application process, just put the scores on your application.

    If you’re asking which scores to include on your application - what major? 4 and 5 always go. I’m not sure schools really know what to do with AP Seminar, so that may not matter. I wouldn’t put a 3 for Physics 1 if you’re a STEM major. Otherwise it’s probably OK.
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