AP Scores and Access Schedule

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    Advanced Placement(R)

    AP(R) Online Scores for Students

    Now Available: AP Score Access Schedule for Students

    With AP Exams less than a week away, we want to remind you that students will receive their AP scores online this year. Students' online score reports will contain scores for all AP Exams they have taken. Paper score reports will no longer be mailed.

    When Students Can Access Their Scores:

    All students will be able to view scores as of 5 a.m. EDT on Monday, July 8. However, to allow for those students who need to send scores to colleges by July 15, there will be early access to view and send scores at scheduled times from July 5 to July 7, based on a student's location. Students will receive an email shortly before early access begins with reminders about how and when to access their scores.

    Click the link below to find out the window during which students in your area can gain early access to log in and view their AP scores. Students will have early access to their scores only during the scheduled date and times for their location. Once the window for a particular location has passed, students in that area will be able to log in again on July 8.

    View the Early Access Schedule for Students:

    As a reminder, students MUST have a College Board account and either their AP number or their student ID number to retrieve scores. Here are some ways you can help ensure students are ready to get their scores:

    1. Sign up for a free College Board
       account at apscore.org as early as possible. If they
       already have an account, encourage them to confirm their
       account username and password by signing in.

    2. Complete two important fields on
       your first 2013 AP answer sheet: your student identifier
       (student ID number) and email address.

    3. Hold on to your AP number.

    4. If you need to send AP scores (2012 and earlier)
       to colleges before the online service is available in July,
       you can find information about making phone, mail or fax
       requests at Score Reporting Services.

    We understand that some students may not have access to a computer or the Internet during the summer. Please encourage them to plan ahead by finding a local resource now (e.g., a public library). If your students expect to have severe difficulty finding such a resource, let them know that we will provide information about an alternative score reporting process on apscore.org in the coming weeks.

    Thank you again for the important role you are playing in this transition and best of luck with your exam administration.



    Sign up for a free College Board account and view the student access schedule.
    Send them to apscore.org:

    Learn more.
    Read these FAQs about online scores for students:


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