Get the Most Out of AP
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These short, searchable videos, created by AP teachers from across the country, are available for all AP courses and cover the content and skills you’re studying in class. All students who join an AP class section (including an exam only section) can watch them in AP Classroom anytime, from any device with internet access.
AP comes with digital tools to help you build college knowledge and skills all year long.
Your teacher can assign these questions that check your understanding to give you immediate feedback on any misunderstandings.
Get real-time feedback on the topics and skills in each unit as your teacher unlocks progress checks. Use your results to pinpoint misunderstandings and create your own study plan.
Bring it all together on one screen—view and take all your assignments, see what’s coming up, and view detailed results with links for further study.
AP scores will be available starting Tuesday, July 5. You’ll be able to access them online with your College Board account email and password. .
Did your AP teacher assign any summer reading? If so, be sure to get it done.
If you’re taking an AP class this year, make sure you have a College Board account. You’ll need it to join your AP class section.
“AP” on your high school transcript shows colleges you're motivated to succeed, and taking the exam demonstrates your commitment to tackle and complete college-level work.
Your AP score could earn you college credits before you even set foot on campus. In fact, most AP students who enroll in four-year colleges start school with some credit.
Most high schools offer a GPA boost to students who take AP—be sure to check with your school for more information.
With 38 AP courses offered, you have a chance to get a head start on college with a subject you’re interested in. Be sure to check with your counselor to see what’s available at your school and how you can enroll.