About This Year's AP Exams
AP Exams were administered May 11–22 (primary exam dates) and June 1–5 (makeup dates). A small number of students are eligible for exception testing in late June. If you’re in this group, get details about how this year’s exams work.
Update to Exam Submission Process
Beginning Monday, May 18, and continuing through the late-June exception testing window, there will be a backup email submission process for browser-based exams.
Submitting Your Response
After you finish answering the exam question(s), you’ll attach your work to the exam and submit it for scoring. How do you do that? That depends.
A Chance to Earn College Credit
We’re confident that the vast majority of Higher Ed institutions will award credit as they have in the past. We’ve spoken with hundreds of institutions across the country who support our solution for this year’s AP Exams.
Complete the Last Step
By sitting for your exam in May, you'll show your ability to stick with a commitment while building strong skills along the way.
Get a Taste of College
Taking an AP exam gets you familiar with college-level work and boosts your confidence by tackling it.
Online AP Classes and Review Sessions
Watch classes taught by AP teachers so you can keep learning wherever you are.
List of Recorded AP Classes
See the full list of topics for online recorded AP review lessons. These mobile-friendly classes, designed to be used alongside your work, are available on demand.
2020 AP Exam Question Ambiguity and Error Form
If you believe you’ve encountered a grammatical error, factual inaccuracy, audio or visual glitch, or any other issue with an AP Exam question while taking the exam, please fill out this form with a description of the problem.