Explore Resources in AP Classroom
AP comes with digital tools to help you build college knowledge and skills all year long.
Access short, searchable videos on every topic in every unit to help you build your knowledge and skills over the full AP course.
Personal Progress Checks
Most high schools offer a GPA boost to students who take AP—be sure to check with your school for more information.
Check your progress dashboard to see your progress across multiple units. Celebrate your successes and then focus on the areas where you can improve.
Administration 1 and 2 Scores Released
Scores for exams taken in Administration 1 and Administration 2 will be available starting Wednesday, July 21.
Most Administration 3 and 4 Scores Released
Scores for most exams taken in Administration 3 and Administration 4 will be available by August 16.
Check Your College Board Account
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.
The Benefits of AP
High school students across the country and around the world take AP courses and exams to challenge themselves, explore their interests, and earn college credit and placement. AP can give you:
A Head Start in High School
Get a taste of college-level work while developing the academic skills you’ll need for college success. You might even discover your career path.
An Edge in College
Your AP Exam scores can earn you college credit before you set foot on campus—and let you skip introductory college courses.
Explore All AP Courses
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.