<p>My counselor is listing my AP Latin score of 5 (the teacher of the course is writing a rec and I've been strong in Latin for four years) on my transcript and I forgot to ask her if I need to actually send the AP scores to the college (University of Chicago). Do you send your AP scores if they're listed in your application, or do you wait until accepted?</p>
<p>I've never seen any college ask for AP scores for the admissions process.
The only thing I could find on the UChicago website is "Students who request college credit for Advanced Placement (AP) courses taken in high school (i.e., before a student matriculates in the College) are asked to submit an official report of their scores on the AP tests given by the College Entrance Examination Board" (<a href="http://collegeadmissions.uchicago.edu/level3.asp?id=348%5B/url%5D">http://collegeadmissions.uchicago.edu/level3.asp?id=348</a>) which, I'm guessing, means that you don't submit a score report until you are admitted and want to claim credit.</p>
<p>lots of colleges have a section on the app for you to list ap scores, but you don't need the official report from College Board until you decide where you are going and whether you are going to use the scores for credit/placement.</p>
<p>Awesome. Thanks guys/gals/mothers. :)</p>