If your child took an AP® Exam this year, they’ll get access to their AP scores between Wednesday, July 15, and Friday, July 17, depending on their location. Scores will be released at 8 a.m. ET on the AP Scores website, so students should make note of the local time in their time zone.
To help your child get ready for score release, encourage them to:
•Sign in to their College Board account now to make sure they remember their username and password. If they’ve forgotten either one, they can recover them on the website. They shouldn’t create a duplicate account, as this may result in delays in score access. If they’ve recently changed their email address, make sure they check that their account is up to date.
•Check the AP score access schedule to see what day their scores will be available.
•July 15–17: Get their scores on the AP Scores website. Note: If your child tested in June or submitted their exam responses by email, their scores may be delayed. If this is the case, they’ll be notified by email when the scores are available. Most scores should be available by late summer.
•Visit this website to find information about AP scores that’s specific to this year’s online exams.
•Follow @APforStudents on Twitter for score release updates.
•Learn more about AP credit policies and placement.
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