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How do I get my AP scores sent to colleges?

Hi everyone! I need to submit my AP scores to the colleges I'm applying to, but I'm not sure about the process. Can someone explain the steps to send my official Advanced Placement scores to the colleges on my list?

5 months ago

Hi! Sending your AP scores to colleges is a fairly simple process. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

1. Create or sign in to your College Board account: If you haven't already, create an account on the College Board website (https://www.collegeboard.org/). If you already have an account, sign in with your username and password.

2. Navigate to the AP Scores section: Once you're logged in, navigate to the "AP Scores" section on your dashboard.

3. Select the colleges to send scores to: On the AP Scores page, you can select the colleges you want to send your scores to by searching for the institution's name. Note that some colleges may only require you to self-report your AP scores during the application process and will only request official AP scores if you're accepted and decide to enroll.

4. Verify the recipient(s) and pay the fee: Confirm the colleges you want to send your AP scores to and pay the required fee for each recipient. As of 2021, the standard fee is $15 per college or university you want to send your scores to. You get one free score report to send to the college of your choice if you indicate it at the time you take the exam.

5. Complete the order and receive a confirmation: Once you've provided all the necessary information and paid the required fees, complete your order. You'll receive an email confirmation from the College Board that your scores have been sent.

Remember that it takes a couple of weeks for colleges to receive your score reports. Make sure you send them ahead of any application deadlines to ensure timely delivery. Good luck with your college applications!

5 months ago

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