During my daughter’s sophomore year (May 2019), she took the AP exam in US History. She received a 5 and took a screenshot of her score in July 2019. In October 2019, we logged into College Board, and her score had changed to a 3. We called College Board and even paid for a re-score. They insisted that they were correct, and her score remained a 3. She also took 2 SAT Subject tests in May 2019 in Calculus and US History. Those scores also changed (from a 780 to a 710 in Calculus and from a 760 to a 570 in US History).
Due to this problem, she had to re-take the AP exam in US History again this past May 2020. This past May 2020, my daughter took 6 AP exams – Chemistry, Biology, Calculus, Spanish, Language, and US History. On July 15th, we downloaded her score result PDF and took a screenshot of her score page. She received 5’s on all of her exams. Over the summer, she has been looking at the College Board website weekly checking her scores. They remained the same until the end of August. On August 24, 2020 she looked at College Board again, and the scores had changed from all 5’s to scores ranging from 1-4. We were shocked that this had happened again. We are trying to appeal to College Board, but they, of course, are insisting that they are correct.
Anybody have any suggestions? Her mother and I are frantic since college apps are coming up!