View your scores and send them to colleges. Also, learn about AP awards and get answers to all your score-related questions.
Click the button below to view scores for AP Exams taken in 2013 or earlier. 2014 AP Exam scores will be available in early July. See the steps below to make sure you’re ready to get your scores.
Be Ready to Get Your 2014 Scores
1. During Exam Time
Fill in information on your AP answer sheets carefully and consistently to prevent delays in score access — especially your name, date of birth, sex, mailing address, and email address.
2. Before July
Sign up for a College Board account. It is best to provide the same information on both your College Board account and your AP answer sheet. You may already have an account — try signing in to confirm.
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3. In July
Make sure to remember the following required 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)
Check this site in early May for the exact date you’ll be able to access your scores.
You will get an email in early July at the same address you put on your AP answer sheet, reminding you how and when to access your scores.
About AP Scores
Completing an AP course and exam is a huge accomplishment. You should feel very proud about the work you've done and the skills you've learned. Your AP score is one way to share this accomplishment with others, like colleges and universities. The final exam score is reported on a scale of 1–5 and shows how well you've mastered the content of the course.
After you take an AP Exam, we send your score report to the college or university that you designated on your answer sheet. When you view your scores online, you have the option to send them to other institutions for a fee. Learn more about how your AP scores can help you achieve your goals at How to Earn Credit for Your Scores.
How Exams Are Scored
Ever wonder what happens to your exam after exam day? How does your year of hard work become a score of 1–5? Find out.
Learn about the scoring process
Score Reporting Services
You control what colleges or scholarship programs (if any) receive your scores. Learn more about your score reporting options, including sending scores, withholding scores and more.
Get recognized... for more than your good looks. If you earn high scores on multiple AP Exams, you have the opportunity to earn AP awards and recognition.
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