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Is it possible to get AP scores early?

Is it possible to get AP scores early?

That’s a long time to wait, and, unfortunately, there’s no way to get AP scores before the College Board begins releasing them. Don’t fall for any websites claiming to get you AP early scores; they’re all a scam.

How can I see my 2021 AP scores early?

To access your 2021 AP exam scores:

  1. Set up the EarlyScores proxy.
  2. Head over to MyAP and sign into the AP scores page.
  3. View the results for each of your exams.

What time are AP scores released 2021?

7 a.m. ET
Learn more about the 2021 score release schedule at the College Board website….AP Score Release Dates for 2021.

Date You Took the Exam Score Release Date
May (Administrations 1 and 2) Starting Wednesday, July 21 at 7 a.m. ET.

Is a 2 an okay AP score?

AP® Score of 2 This score is usually not accepted by colleges unless there are extenuating circumstances. A 2 means that you may have studied hard and prepared; however, something may have gone amiss while taking your exam.

What is a passing AP score?

3 or higher
Any score that’s 3 or higher is considered a passing score, though some colleges only accept 4s and 5s for credit. (See AP’s college database for specific policies at each university.) Getting a 5 is especially desirable because, for most exams, it puts you in the top 10-20% of scorers.

Do colleges accept 3 on AP test?

What score do you need for each AP Subject? Colleges are generally looking for a 4 (“well-qualified”) or 5 (“extremely qualified”) on the AP exam, but some may grant credit for a 3 (“qualified”). These scores mean you have proven yourself capable of doing the work in an introductory-level college course.

Why can’t I see my AP scores?

If your most recent AP Exam was over four years ago, your AP scores are no longer viewable in our score reporting system. They have been archived and can only be sent to a college, university, or scholarship program through a request made via mail or fax.

How do I hide my AP score?

The fee to withhold an AP score is $10 per score per college. To withhold a score, you must notify the College Board by sending them a Score Withholding Form—filled out correctly with your parent/guardian’s signature—and mail or fax it to the address on the form by June 15 of the year in which you took the exam.