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Post by kandarp shah » Mon Sep 05, 2005 6:11 pm

hi...
guys i am talking AP bio in my 11-grade.
i would like to know that ,,,,,,

1) DOES COLLEGE BOARD SEE THE ACTUAL TEST SCORE(SCALE 5)?
OR

2) DO THEY SEE JUST STUDENT EFFORT FOR TALKING AP BIO? [color=green]IN ORDER TO EVALUATE THE STUDENT????????????
[/color] I AM confused.

PLLLLL help.
thanks.

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Post by mith » Mon Sep 05, 2005 6:40 pm

You submit the scores to the colleges you go, otherwise they don't see it.
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Post by EmmVeePee » Thu Sep 08, 2005 11:39 pm

Your AP Biology teacher should be able to answer these questions.

In early-mid May, you take a cumulative test. The test is graded 1-5. You have the option of not taking the test, or not sending your scores. The test costs like, 90 bucks. Most colleges, if you score a 3-5, give you credit for classes. For me, my college gives credit for Biology 11, and Biology 12 if I scored a 4, or Biology 110 if I scored a 5 (No credit for a 3) . This is good because it allows you to take less courses, or get into a higher level biology in college.
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