<p>I'm wondering how strongly AP Scores are looked at. In my school a score of 3+ goes on your transcript.</p>
<p>No one can say for sure.
If you’re worried, can you ask your school to not report the scores?</p>
<p>Colleges do not not care about the score.</p>
<p>However, it’d be better if your AP scores aren’t on your transcript if they all aren’t 4s and/or 5s.</p>
<p>I’m taking the ACTs + writing so I’m not taking the sat 1/II’s.
I have fairly good ap scores(4/5 range) but are they viewed in place of the sat II’s?</p>
<p>No they are not. APs are just a “plus” (almost negligible) in your college application.</p>
<p>APs do not take the place of SAT subject Matter tests. Taking AP classes shows dComms that you are willing to challenge yourself inthe classron. If you h.s. gives additional weight for AP classes, it will be reflected in your class rank (if you school ranks). The AP scores are only reported voluntarily and do not count for too much in most admission decisions.</p>
<p>"No they are not. APs are just a “plus” (almost negligible) in your college application. "</p>
<p>Not true. If your school offered APs and you didn’t take any or took a small amount, that won’t look that good for the elites.</p>