Should I bother reporting my AP scores on the Common Application?

<p>I'm applying as a transfer student, and although my IB scores turned out okay (I got a 38 in total), my AP scores are garbage. I was an awful student early on in high school and didn't take the exams seriously at all--I think I received no more than three 3s and then a few 1s and 2s.</p>

<p>Naturally, I wouldn't bother reporting my scores, but I'd also like to mention that I am an AP Scholar on the "academic achievements" portion of the application. I think it's best that I back this up with my AP scores.
Is the "AP Scholar" distinction worth the humiliation?</p>

<p>As a transfer student, the only AP scores that will matter are those for which you are getting colllege credit. If scores don't qualify, don't use them. Being an "AP Scholar" is basically a title that you might brag about to your friends but is completely unimpressive to a college absent production of the test scores to show what you really did and thus you should leave that off too.</p>