The College Board administers Advanced Placement (AP) exams to students who want to gain college credit while in high school. AP Exams are offered once a year in May. If you receive a qualifying score (3 or higher), your college may award you college credit. When you take the AP exam, you will be allowed to send your scores to the schools of your choice. After the test day, you can select additional schools where your scores should be sent by contacting the AP Score Reporting Services.
Select the schools that you would like your AP Score Reports sent when taking your AP Exam. AP Score Reports are sent to the college or university you selected on your answer sheet in July.
Call the AP Automated Score Reporting Services at 888-308-0013 to request that your scores be sent to additional schools. You will be asked to provide your AP Number, date of birth, exam year and the four-digit code(s) for the college(s) you select.
Contact AP Services by mail. Its mailing address is AP Services, P.O. Box 6671, Princeton, NJ 08541-667. You will need to include the name, city, state and four-digit college code(s) of the college(s) you select.
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