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jakelocker4prezjakelocker4prez Registered User Posts: 68 Junior Member
edited May 2011 in University of Washington
To receive credit for AP tests, can you just present them with the official score report they send home or do you have to go through the process of calling the Collegeboard and have them send UW your scores?
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  • speedsolverspeedsolver Registered User Posts: 1,919 Senior Member
    Either one. As long as the paper score report has not been damaged, they'll take it. When I brought mine in, they just entered my scores into their database and handed me back the report.
  • ilikeUWilikeUW Registered User Posts: 1,127 Senior Member
    Is there any deadline to submit AP scores?
  • jakelocker4prezjakelocker4prez Registered User Posts: 68 Junior Member
    thanks speedsolver!

    and @ilikeUW I don't think there is a deadline. Some AP credits get you out of intro classes so you need to transfer those before you register. Also, if you wait too long (like past 4 years from the date of your AP test) Collegeboard charges you extra to "search" the archive.
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