Submission Guidelines

For each exam question, you can choose one of the following options to submit your work. Note that students taking the AP Music Theory Exam must submit responses by attaching photos (for Question 1) and attaching an audio file (for Question 2).

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Keep in Mind

You can’t test without your AP ID.

Two days before your exam, you’ll get an email with your AP ID and your AP Exam e-ticket.

You should check your device’s clock.

Make sure your clock is right; you don’t want to lose any of your exam-taking time by starting late.

Do not refresh your browser while taking the online exam (unless you’re directed to).

All exam questions display automatically. Unless you get an error message directing you to do so, don’t refresh your browser or hit the back button while your online exam is in process.

You can submit a partial response.

If you don’t finish every part of a question, don’t worry! You can still earn a 3, 4, or 5⁠—just submit what you’ve done.

You must submit your response before time expires.

For two-question exams, you’ll have 30 minutes for question 1 (25 minutes to read the question and work on your response and 5 minutes to submit it) and 20 minutes for question 2 (15 minutes to read the question and work on your response and 5 minutes to submit it).

Submitting AP World Language Exams is done through the WLEA.

All of the World Language exams are taken through the World Language Exam App and therefore has a different submission process. The above methods do not apply.