View Your AP Scores – AP Students (2024)

Follow the instructions below to sign in to your College Board account and view your AP scores.

Get Ready for 2024 AP Scores

Your 2024 AP Exam scores will be available starting Monday, July 8.

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Instructions

  • Check that you can sign in to your College Board account.

    Make sure that you remember your login credentials by signing in before scores are released in July. This is the same account that you use to access My AP or other College Board resources.

  • Make sure we have your current email address.

    If you’ve changed your email address, update it in your account.

  • Don’t create a new account if you already have one.

    Duplicate accounts can cause delays in getting your AP scores. Sign in with the same account you used to register and enroll in AP class sections.

FAQ

Do I have to create a College Board account each time I want to view or send my AP scores?

No. Once you’ve created a College Board account, you’ll be able to use that account to view or send your AP scores. If you’ve taken other College Board assessments such as the SAT, you probably already have a College Board account. Don’t create more than one account; this could delay your scores. If you change your email address, make sure you update your account.

Your score report includes all your AP scores from any exams you’ve taken in the past. If you took your last AP Exam before 2018, your AP scores are no longer viewable in our score reporting system. They have been archived and can only be sent to a college, university, or scholarship program through a request made via mail or fax.

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What should I do if I have problems signing in to my account?

Visit the Troubleshooting section in Account Help.

If you need additional help, contact AP Services for Students.

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Does my score report show my scores for all the AP Exams I’ve ever taken?

Your score report will include all your AP scores from any exams you’ve taken in the past. It also includes all AP awards and recognitions you may have earned in the past. If you took your last AP Exam before 2018, your AP scores are no longer viewable in our online score reporting system. They’ve been archived and can only be sent to a college, university, or scholarship program through a request made via mail or fax.

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Will my previous scores be included in my score report?

Yes. Your score report includes all your scores from all the AP Exams you took in the past. Your entire score history will be sent to your designated college, university, or scholarship program unless you choose towithholdorcancelany of your scores.

When you look at your online score report, check that it’s complete. Some scores may take longer to process because of later testing dates or other circ*mstances (e.g., late arrival of testing materials or extra time needed to match records). We’ll email you when your score is added to your score report.

If you notice that exams that you tooklast year or earlier are missing, it might be because you have multiple accounts. To resolve a multiple account issue, contact AP Services for Students. During score release in July, AP Services for Students will have longer than usual response times.

If you took your last AP Exam before 2018, your AP scores are no longer viewable in our online score reporting system. They have been archived and can only be sent to a college, university or scholarship program through arequest made via mail or fax.

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Some of my exams are missing from my score report. What do I do?

If you don’t see all the exams you took this year listed in your score report, please note that some scores may take longer to process because of later testing dates or other circ*mstances. We’ll email you when your score is added to your score report. If you don’t receive your scores by August 15, contact AP Services for Students.

If you notice that exams that you took last year or earlier are missing, it might be because you have multiple accounts. To resolve a multiple account issue, contact AP Services for Students. Please note that during score release in July, AP Services for Students will have longer than usual response times.

If you took your last AP Exam before 2018, your scores are archived. Archived scores are not viewable in our score reporting system and can only be sent to a college, university, or scholarship program through a request made via mail or fax.

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Some of my scores are not yet available. What do I do?

Although most scores are available in July, some scores may take longer to process because of later testing dates or other circ*mstances (e.g., late arrival of testing materials or extra time needed to match records).

We’ll email you when your score is added to your score report. If you don’t receive your scores by August 15, contact AP Services for Students.

If you designated a college or university score recipient using your free score send, that institution will receive the scores that were available at the time the score report was generated. As your other scores become available, they will automatically be sent to that college or university.

If you requested additional score reports for other institutions and delayed scores come in, your delayed scores will automatically be sent to these other institutions as well. This only applies to colleges or universities that you designated to receive scores from the current exam year.

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How do I save a copy of my AP score report?

A downloadable version of your score report is available in AP Scores for Students in PDF format. This is an unofficial copy of your score report intended for your own records. To send an official score report to a college, university, or scholarship program, you’ll need to sign in to AP Scores for Students and order one.

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How do I order my free-response booklets?

If you’ve taken an AP Exam and want to review your answers to the free-response section, you can ask us to send your free-response booklet to you for a fee of $10 per available booklet. Fill out the Free-Response Booklet Request Form and return it by September 15 of the year you took the AP Exam(s).

Only booklets from the most recent exam administration are available, and only if the free-response content is released on the College Board website. No comments, corrections, or scores are included with the booklets. Free-response booklets are not rescored, and a score may not be appealed.

Free-response booklets can be requested for paper and pencil exams and AP Chinese and AP Japanese Language and Culture Exams only.

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How do I request a rescore of the multiple-choice section of my exam?

For a fee of $30 per exam, you may request to have your multiple-choice answer sheet rescored by hand. Fill out the Multiple-Choice Rescore Service Form and return it by October 31 of the year you took the AP Exam(s).

Rescores may result in higher or lower scores than first reported, or no change at all. Results are final and will automatically be re-reported to all designated score recipients if there was a change. You will receive a letter confirming the results of the rescore 6–8 weeks after your request is received. You can't appeal or reorder a multiple-choice rescore. The free-response section is not rescored.

The multiple-choice rescore service can be requested for paper and pencil exams and AP Chinese and AP Japanese Language and Culture Exams only.

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I submitted a request to send my archived scores. When can I expect scores to be sent?

Your archived AP score report will be sent by first-class mail to the institution(s) you designated on the AP Archived Score Request form within 15 business days of receipt of your request (overnight/express mailing service is not available). A confirmation copy of your AP score report will also be sent to your mailing address within the same timeframe.

College Board can’t confirm if and when your archived score report is received by your designated institution. Contact your college or university directly to confirm their receipt of your archived scores. Note: Archived score request orders are not reflected on the AP Scores website.

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How do I update my information?

Sign in to My AP and navigate to My AP Profile to make any changes. If your first name, last name, middle initial, or date of birth need to be changed, contact AP Services at 888-225-5427 (toll free in the United States and Canada) or 212-632-1780. You can’t change these pieces of information yourself.

If you make changes to any other information in your AP Profile, you’ll also need to sign in to your College Board account to make the same changes—the changes don’t automatically transfer from My AP to your College Board account.

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What is an AP number and where can I find it?

If you last took AP Exams in 2019 or earlier, you received an AP number—a unique eight-digit number that served as your official identifier for the exam administration. We used the AP number to associate you with your scores. You received a different AP number in your AP Student Pack each year you took AP Exams. Your AP number can be found on the downloadable PDF version of your score report in AP Scores for Students. If you can’t find your AP number, contact AP Services for Students using the information listed below.

AP ID replaced the AP number in 2020. (SeeWhat is an AP ID?).

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Which browsers work best for creating a College Board account, joining my class section in My AP, using the AP Classroom resources, and viewing and sending scores?

We recommend using the latest version of Chrome or Safari. The latest versions of Firefox and Edge are also supported.

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How is my mailing address used?

Your mailing address should match the address you provided when you created your College Board account. Your mailing address is used to help match your records in our systems and confirm your identity when contacting customer service.

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Is my personal information safe online?

Your privacy is very important to us, so we’ve put several measures in place to protect any personal information that you give us. Learn more about College Board’s online privacy protection by reading our Privacy Policy.

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