Your AP 2020-21 School Year
We know that school is different this year. The AP Program is here to support you whether you’re learning at home, at school, or both. Once you’ve joined your AP class section online, you can access free online resources anywhere, anytime.
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
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.
Check your progress dashboard to see your progress across multiple units. Celebrate your successes and then focus on the areas where you can improve.
See How to Access AP Daily Videos
AP teachers across the country are recording videos to cover content and skills in every course so you’ll get the support you need throughout the year. You can log in to AP Classroom to watch videos now.
Choose Your AP Courses for Next Year
Now’s the time to start thinking about which AP courses you want to sign up for next fall. We have tools to help you choose.
Join Your Second-Semester AP Class Section Online
If you’re taking any AP courses that start in the second semester, use the join code your AP teacher gives you to join your class section in My AP.
FRI, JAN 15, 2021
Deadline to Request Testing Accommodations
Requests for testing accommodations must be submitted by this date.
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.