Where do you send your AP scores?

<p>I sent my scores in 2008 and 2009 to Princeton University. Where do you send yours? Would you advise consistently sending your scores to the same college to impart your determination/interest? Do they even care?</p>

<p>Admissions staff aren't superhuman. At Princeton, for instance, every year they consider thousands of applicants for admission. Do you really think they are going to remember that one guy who sent his AP scores two years early?</p>

<p>Now this reminds me: once you send a score (whether it's AP or SAT), will they always have it on file? So let's just say I took the SAT 12/08 and sent the scores to Princeton then... so if I apply to Princeton next year, will they have my SAT score?</p>

<p>It's archived. You need to notify the collegeboard (and possibly pay a small fee or send some handwritten thing <em>ugh</em>), but no. It sticks with you, unless you cancel it. Which is why they say..."once you enter high school, you can't like eff up or whatever the saying is." haha.</p>

<p>What? I totally don't get your post.</p>

<p>So if I apply to Princeton, then I need to resend the scores? </p>

<p>And what do you mean by "It sticks with you"? For AP's, I understand, but I thought SAT had Score Choice</p>

<p>to OP, no to ur last question.
And, i sent my 5 on AB to MIT in junior yr thinking they'd be impressed. lmfao haha. that was before i came here, reazling how naive i was.</p>

<p>ah, all right, so is sending scores really just a pointless thing? I mean you write your scores anyway on the common app right?</p>

<p>^Yeah, I would say so. I'm not even applying to half the schools I sent my SAT scores to, since I was young and naive and wasn't really thinking about what I wanted to look for in a college and all that. It really doesn't matter, it mainly just shows how capable you are and the colleges send you brochures and stuff.</p>