AP scores

<p>How do you report them?</p>

<p>Self-report or actual reporting? </p>

<p>Self-report can be done through Common Application. You're limited up to 8 self-reports, and that does include SAT II Subject Tests.</p>

<p>To actually report the score, you would need to contact College Board. Some stuff halfway down the page can help: </p>

<p>AP</a> Scores - AP Scores & Reporting Services</p>

<p>Thanks, that's just what i needed to know. But which way is better?</p>

<p>Again, do you mean to ask, which is better, self-report or actual-report? </p>

<p>The actual-report is MANDATORY if you want your AP scores to be recognized by the colleges. Otherwise, if they simply just took your word for it, everyone would be filling out "5" on the Common App self-report. </p>

<p>The purpose of the self-report is to give colleges an easy access to what your scores are, with the knowledge that you will soon ask the College Board to send you the real scores as proof.</p>

<p>Ok, so i should self report and send.</p>