What happened if you bubble in the wrong time?

<p>What would happen if one would have bubbled the wrong time on the answer document?</p>

<p>The CB would consider the possibility that the test was administered at an improper time and look into it (i.e. just cancel all scores for that exam without really looking into anything).</p>

<p>however if everyone else from your group put the right time likely they would just assume you accidentally filled in the wrong bubble. (That is logic....then again this is the college board so i have no idea)</p>

<p>I've actually done that on a lot of my tests (i bubbled when the proctor started the test vs. our called assemble time, so ended up putting like 9 instead of 8 or 7 am, I was told of this on my 2nd to last AP test this year)
So far one 4 and three 5's last year and 5's on 6 of my test this year, so i don't think there is a problem there.</p>

<p>As long as the morning test you bubbled in 7, 8, or 9 am and afternoon 11, 12, or 1 then you should be fine. They are just making sure that you aren't being given the test at a radically different time like in the afternoon (for a morning test) and may have got help from your friends in a different time zone.</p>