View your scores and send them to colleges. Also, learn about AP awards and get answers to all your score-related questions.

If you have forgotten your username, use your email to recover it. If you have forgotten your password, reset it.

Be Ready to Get Your 2018 Scores

1. At Exam Time

Fill in your AP® answer sheets carefully and consistently to prevent delays in score access. Your name, date of birth, sex, mailing address, and email address are especially important.

2. Before July

Sign up for a College Board account. It’s best to provide the same information on your College Board account and your AP answer sheet. You may already have an account – try signing in to confirm. If you've forgotten your username or password, you can recover them. You shouldn't create a duplicate account – this may result in delays in score access. If you have recently changed your email address, make sure your account is up to date.

3. In July

Remember the following information to access your scores:

  • Your College Board account username and password
  • Your AP number (or student ID number if you provided it on your AP answer sheet)

4. Log on to apscore.org to get your scores

  • Check back here after exams for the exact date your scores will be available.

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Sending AP Scores

After you take an AP Exam, we send your score report to the college or university that you designated on your answer sheet. Your score report is cumulative and includes scores for all the AP Exams you have ever taken, unless you requested that one or more scores be withheld from a college or canceled. When you go online you will be able to see your entire score report and score–send history. If you wish to send additional score reports to colleges, universities and scholarship programs you can do so online for a fee. Learn more about sending your scores to colleges and universities.

 



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