AP Exam Score

The Advanced Placement (AP) scores on a scale of 1 to 5 as follows:

 5 Extremely well qualified
 4 Well qualified
 3 Qualified
 2 Possibly qualified
 1 No recommendation

Raw scores: the process of grading is a cumbersome and tedious process. The multiple choice section of the exam is scored by computer, while the essay portions and other responses are scored by “readers”. The combined score of the  various sections  form a raw composite score.

A number of colleges utilize Advance Placement test scores to exempt students from beginner coursework.

New scoring pattern: Starting with the May 2011 Advanced Placement Exam administration, there was a change in the way AP Exams were scored.

Total scores, are now a total of all the questions answered correctly. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers and no points for unanswered questions.

Score report: AP Score Reports are sent in July( or latest by 2nd week of July) to the college or university as instructed by you in the application form, to you, and to your high school. Each test report is consists of cumulative scores for all the tests you have ever appeared  till date, unless you have instructed  that one or more scores be withheld from a college or canceled.

AP Score reporting services sub-scores are not available except for Calculus BC and Music Theory. The scores are analyzed to determine strengths and weaknesses. To know more about the scoring services click here
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