Get the Most out of AP Daily Resources
AP® Daily videos are short, searchable videos led by experienced AP teachers. They cover all the content and skills that you’re learning in class and that will be assessed on the AP Exam.
AP Daily videos can be watched on demand on any device. You can find videos for every topic in every AP course unit. Use them to reinforce or review what you’ve learned in the classroom. They’re free and ready to use. Access them in AP Classroom by following these simple steps.
AP Exam Practice with AP Daily
AP Daily videos should be used throughout the school year to help you stay on track with course material. Additional AP Daily resources are available for when you begin reviewing for your AP Exams in the spring.
AP Daily: Practice Sessions and AP Daily: Live Review are resources that can help you prepare for your exams:
- AP Daily: Practice Sessions are 15-minute videos that give you a chance to practice answering free-response and multiple-choice questions on AP Exams. A brand new set of sessions will be released on April 22, 2024, for most courses. Although the 2024 practice sessions aren’t available for AP Seminar, AP Research, AP Art and Design, and AP world languages, other videos on the Review page under Course Resources in AP Classroom are excellent preparation resources for these courses.
- AP Daily: Live Review is a series of live recordings from previous school years that cover course content and skills on AP Exams. Both AP Daily: Practice Sessions and AP Daily: Live Review videos are posted on YouTube and in AP Classroom and can be watched at any time before the AP Exams.
AP Daily videos can be viewed with closed captioning. Closed captions are available for AP world language courses in both the course language and English. You can find specific topics and information easily by searching the video transcript for particular words and phrases.
Remember: You can view AP Daily videos anytime in AP Classroom to stay on track this year.
“The AP Daily videos were helpful for me because they were taught by experienced AP teachers. They helped me learn the exam content as well as build some exam-taking skills.”
Jade, former AP student