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Taking an AP Exam this year? Make sure you’ll be ready to get your scores on the AP Scores website in July.

How to Get Your AP Scores

  1. Sign in to your College Board account to make sure you remember your password. If you don’t, you can reset it on the site. Don’t create a duplicate account—this may delay access to your scores. If you recently changed your email address, make sure your account’s been updated.

Note: Always keep your account information confidential and don’t share your username or password with others.

If you have more than one account, can’t log in, or have another problem with your account, please contact AP services at 888-225-5427 or 212-632-1780 before July.


In May

  1. Fill in your AP answer sheets carefully and consistently, especially your name, date of birth, sex, mailing address, and email address.

If you want to send your 2019 scores and any from previous years—for free—indicate a college on your AP answer sheet. You’ll get more details on exam day.

  1. Check the AP Scores website to find out when your scores will be available.


In July

  1. When 2019 AP scores are released, you’ll access them at the AP Scores website. To see your scores, you’ll need:
  • Your College Board account username and password
  • Your 2019 AP number (or student ID number if you provided it on your AP answer sheet)

Check out this video to see how it works.

You can use your account to send AP scores to additional colleges, universities, and scholarship programs for a fee. By sending scores, you take full advantage of AP by strengthening your college applications and being considered for credit and placement. Learn more about sending your AP scores.

Sign up or sign in to your College Board account today to get ready.