When is the earliest time results are in?

<p>I know you can call a few days before the expected date of July 1st, but does anyone know specifically what date that means? (Yes, I am extremely anxious/impatient etc. and would like to know my scores ASAP)</p>

<p>Try on June 26, 27, 28, 29, etc. You'll get through on one of those days. If not, you'll get through July 1. It's only a 5-day-long difference. You'll live. :)</p>

<p>The earliest will be July 1st by calling. Other than that, I think it will be around the second week of July</p>

Try on June 26, 27, 28, 29, etc. You'll get through on one of those days.

Yeah, but you'd have to pay 8 bucks each time. Wait, do they warn you first if they don't have all of your scores ready?</p>

<p>Im pretty sure you call uly 1st the earliest</p>

<p>Last year's thread had people posting their scores slightly before July 1st.</p>

<p>From my understanding, the scores are available a few days before July 1st (I think they were available on June 29 last year). July 1 is just the official date. And the recorded voice will tell you if scores are available before you pay anything, so I can call them every hour starting now and not pay a penny.</p>

<p>^That cleared up some anxiety for me. At my school, the last day to change the coming year's schedule is July 1st, and part of my decision of whether I'd take Calc BC or Stats depends on my AP score for Calculus AB. Thank you.</p>

<p>Be warned, though, CB may not make the scores available until July 1 since they're not obligated to do so until July 1. Scores being released early is a bit of a favor that CB does (either on purpose or not on purpose--who knows?)</p>

<p>^I think it'd be a bigger favor if they just posted results that we could access online, free of charge. :)</p>

<p>^ Agreed 100% hahaha</p>

<p>Does anyone know why the AP scores are not released online?</p>

<p>CB wants money, money, and more money. </p>



<p>Perhaps it's also because far more people take APs and processing takes time. IDK.</p>

<p>maybe its because they are too lazy/cheap to change a system thats been around for 20ish years.</p>