Is it worth it? Has anyone done this? I got a 2 on it and even my teacher told me that she's certain I would be getting a 4 and 5... Please help! ;-; Best answer will be rewarded! T-T~
First you should call the College Board to make sure nothing bad happened (like they lost part of your test). http://www.collegeboard.com/student/test... I heard of a situation where they lost someone's essays so they got a 2 with only multiple choice. If nothing's wrong, then I don't think a rescore will help since it's only for the multiple choice (which should be very accurate).
it's probably cheaper to review and then take it again. 25 dollars for a maybe it's still a 2 is a lot of money dont you think? Good luck!
I mean, just go for it. But honestly, even if you performed well in your AP class, it doesn't necessarily mean that you're guaranteed to make a passing grade on the exam. After the rescore, if it shows that you did in fact receive a 2, you must accept that information and move on with your life. Again, like I've said before, it's not the end of the world.
I got a 2 on my AP Biology test. Depending on what college you go to, you may still get college credits.
If there was a writing portion of your exam, I would tell you to definitely consider it. However, since it was multiple-choice only, you're much less likely to come up with a different score. Grading a multiple-choice exam is very straightforward; the only possibility is that either the machine or person grading your exam had the wrong key (a key might have 1 or 2 incorrect answers, but not enough to account for the discrepancy between your expected score and the one you got). This does happen, though, so if you were very confident with the subject matter/material and surprised when you received a 2, go for the rescore.
Of course, it's up to you, but the answer to a MC question is not going to change no matter how many times they re-score it. While there is a margin for error, what's the chance they made one while scoring your test? If it were an essay, I'd say, yes, have it re-scored. As it is, look into what your college will accept. In MS some junior colleges will accept a 2. No matter what, you own what you learned. Good luck.
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