We’ve made changes to this year’s exam administration process. Here’s what you need to know.
All AP Exams will be delivered online directly to students this year. Even if your school reopens before the AP Exam administration dates, you won’t receive printed exams this year.
Students Will Be Emailed Exam Information
Students whom you’ve ordered exams for will be emailed exam information at the email address the student provided in their College Board student account. It’s important that students can access the email address they provided from home. You may want to check students’ email addresses. It’s also important that students indicate their school correctly in their My AP registration, to ensure accurate score reporting.
School and District Testing Requirements
Districts or schools may want to reinforce to students the importance—or necessity—of taking the AP Exams or possibly communicate a “requirement” to students to test on one of the available dates. Some schools are considering a “check-in” process with their students before the exam to confirm students are ready to test.
Primary and Makeup Exam Dates and Exception Testing
The 2020 AP Exams were administered May 11–22, with makeup exams administered June 1–5.
A small number of students are eligible to take exams in the exception testing window (June 22–30).
Students Testing with Accommodations
Students will be able to take online AP Exams with College Board–approved accommodations such as extended time. Learn how accommodations will be provided this year.
Students access the exam and submit their response using any available device: smartphones, tablets, Chromebooks, or computers. More details will be available soon, including details specific to the AP world language and culture exams.
We’ll take the necessary steps to protect the integrity of each exam administration, as we do every year. Learn more about this year’s exam security policies.
Exam Details by Subject
Go to the 2020 AP Exam Schedule to get course-specific information for each exam, including time and date, and, where applicable, question descriptions and what units the exam will cover.