September 5, 2005 at 6:11 pm #1821kandarp shahParticipant
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)?
2) DO THEY SEE JUST STUDENT EFFORT FOR TALKING AP BIO? IN ORDER TO EVALUATE THE STUDENT???????????? I AM confused.
September 5, 2005 at 6:40 pm #29216mithParticipant
You submit the scores to the colleges you go, otherwise they don’t see it.
September 8, 2005 at 11:39 pm #29348EmmVeePeeParticipant
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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