Fill out all forms related to AP testing the same way every time.</p>
<p>My son took AP courses in three of his four years of high school. He has been in college for two years now. The amount of credit he got for his AP courses never seemed right. I called AP services to have them send another report to the school.</p>
<p>It turns out that he was in the system twice. One occurrence had his scores for sophomore and junior years, the other occurrence had his scores for his senior year.</p>
<p>Why two records? One occurrence had his middle initial. The other occurrence had no middle initial. There was also a one-character difference in his street address between the two occurrence. </p>
<p>We can fix the problem with AP credit at the school he now attends. But we'll never know whether all the schools he applied to received all of his AP scores, and whether that might have made a difference to any of the schools that rejected him. </p>
<p>It all worked out in the end because he loves the school he attends and he's kinda glad one or two of the others rejected him because he might have gone there instead and not been as happy. But the lesson learned is this.....</p>
<p>Fill out all forms related to AP testing the same way every time.