Quick Question about AP Tests

<p>I signed up for AP Enviromental Science, which I will be self-studying for.
However, lets say I feel i'm not ready for the exam after signing up for it, what happens?
I know i lose my money, but thats not too bad.
Will I receive a 1 on the test, because I would rather try then.
To cancel an AP Test, is it like SAT Subject Tests, where if you cancel one you must cancel all AP Tests (for that year)? </p>

<p>What i'm hoping is that I will be able to cancel it (w/o colleges knowing - im a junior), and still be able to take my other tests. I dont mind wasting the $84 (its worth the risk.) </p>

<p>Most likely, I will be taking the test, but just in case I dont I was wondering what the consequences will be.</p>

<p>If it's not too late, you can get all but your deposit back, which is 15 dollars. </p>

<p>No, you don't get a 1 on the test. If you don't take it, you'll lose your money- however, The College Board wouldn't have known that you personally didn't take the exam. It wouldn't have been scored. AP exams aren't meant for specific people- you don't get a code specifically for you. You don't have to cancel all of your tests.</p>

<p>Ok thank you for the help.</p>

<p>Just to clarify,
- I will lose my money (im fine with that),
- The AP Exam (that I decide not to take) will not be scored.
- CB will never know that I didn't take the exam, and I can take my other AP Exams w/o canceling them.</p>

<p>Exactly. 10 chars.</p>

<p>I think you can even get a refund (minus $15) the day before the exam. I did it last year.</p>

<p>Study for the APES exam. It'll teach you a lot more than many other inapplicable APs such as Bio and Calculus. </p>

<p>I self studied last year and got a 5.</p>