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Bulletin for AP Students and Parents 2007-08

AP Grade Reporting Services

Receive your AP grades by phone.

Call 888 308-0013. Students outside the United States and Canada, call AP Services at 609 771-7300 from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday.

If you want to send a grade report to another college (or if you did not specify a grade recipient when you took the exams), you can order an additional grade report.

Call AP Services at 888 225-5427 to order additional grade reports by phone. You can also contact AP Services by phone, fax, mail, or e-mail. Or, fill out and send in the College Information Card on the back of your Student Pack.

Service Initial AP Grade Report

  • Free (when indicated on the registration answer sheet)

  • May be ordered when you fill out your answer sheet

Grades by Phone

  • $8 per call

  • Available July 1

Additional Grade Reports

  • $15 per report

  • $25 per report for rush service

  • Additional 2008 grade reports are processed beginning the first week of July 2008.

What is it?

How can I order?

Each grade report is cumulative—it includes grades from every AP Exam you have ever taken, unless you have requested that one or more grades be withheld or canceled.

Indicate grade recipient on your registration answer sheet.

When will I receive it?

Grade reports are sent in July to you, the college you designated on your registration answer sheet, and your high school.

Available 24 hours a day by Touchtone phone, for about six weeks.

Requests take about one week to process from the date they are received. Rush reports are processed within two working days. Grade requests must be received with payment or they will not be processed.

You may have your multiple-choice answer sheet rescored by hand. Once it is rescored, that score and your free-response score are weighted and combined, converted into an AP grade and compared to the reported grade. In the event that the grade is different, the rescored grade will prevail, and your grade recipient will be notified of the correct grade.

Send a signed, written request to AP Services by mail or fax. See the list below for the information you need to include.

You may obtain your free-response booklet. No comments, corrections, or scores are included. Free-response booklets from alternate exams are not available to students who test late.

Send a signed, written request to AP Services by mail or fax. See the list below for the information you need to include.

Withholding a Grade

  • $10 per grade, per college; no charge to release grades, but you must pay the grade report fee to have the grade sent (see above)

  • Order by June 15 to withhold 2008 exam grades

Canceling a Grade

  • No fee, but exam fees are not refunded

  • Request by June 15 if you do not want the grade to appear on your 2008 grade report

Multiple-Choice Rescore Service*

  • $25 per exam

  • You have until October 31 of the year you take the exam to order this service

Free-Response Booklet

  • $7 per booklet

  • May be ordered no later than

September 15

If you do not want your grade sent to the college you designated, you may request that it be withheld. This does not permanently delete your grade; and all grades, even those withheld from colleges, will be sent to you and to your school. The grade will be withheld from all future reports sent to that college, unless you release it.

Send a signed, written request to AP Services by mail or fax. See the list below for the information you need to include. To release the grade, send a signed, written request to AP Services. To have the grade sent to the college, include the grade report fee.

Canceling your AP Exam grade permanently deletes it—it cannot be reinstated at a later time.

Send a signed, written request to AP Services by mail or fax. See the list below for the information you need to include.

Requests must be received, with payment, by June 15 to withhold grades from the 2008 administration. After that date, grades will be sent automatically to the college indicated on your registration answer sheet.

Requests must be received by June 15 to cancel grades from the 2008 administration. After that date, grades will be sent automatically to the college indicated on your registration answer sheet.

You will receive a letter confirming the results of the rescore six to eight weeks after your request is received.

You must request your free-response booklet by September 15. You will not be able to obtain your booklet after this date. You will receive your booklet 2–3 weeks after your order is received.

  • *

    Note: Scores for the multiple-choice section alone are not available. Free-response sections and Studio Art portfolios cannot be reevaluated.

Information You’ll Need to Provide When Requesting Grade Reporting Services

  • The service you are requesting.

  • Your full legal name, home address, gender, date of birth, AP number, and social security number (if you provided it).

  • The full name of the exam for which you are requesting the service

    • (e.

      g., English Literature and Composition, not English) and the year you took that exam.

  • A credit card number and expiration date, or a check or money order for the exact amount due. Make checks and money orders payable to AP Exams.

  • Your signature.

  • When requesting additional grade reports, include the name, city and state, and college code of the college you would like to receive your report.

© 2007 The College Board. All rights reserved. Visit the College Board on the Web: www.collegeboard.com.

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