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View scores for AP Exams taken in 2015 and earlier.
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How Exams Are Scored
Ever wonder what happens to your exam after exam day? How does your year of hard work become a score of 1–5? Find out.
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Score Reporting Services
You control what colleges or scholarship programs (if any) receive your scores. Learn more about your score reporting options, including sending scores, withholding scores and more.
Get recognized... for more than your good looks. If you earn high scores on multiple AP Exams, you have the opportunity to earn AP awards and recognition.
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