Below is an overview of the steps you’ll need to take to submit your AP Art and Design portfolio components as final to the AP Program through the AP Digital Portfolio.
For complete details, view the AP Art and Design Digital Submission Guide for Students.
In order to have your AP Art and Design portfolio scored, you’ll need to submit your 3 portfolio components (Sustained Investigation Images, Written Evidence, and Selected Works) to the AP Program through the AP Digital Portfolio by no later than May 5, 2023, 8 p.m. ET.
Sign in to AP Digital Portfolio.
Go to AP Digital Portfolio and sign in using your College Board login information. This is the same login information you use to sign in to My AP.
Go to your class.
From the dashboard, navigate to your AP Art and Design class section.
Choose the section you’d like to work on.
Select Sustained Investigation or Selected Works.
Complete your portfolio components.
Upload your Sustained Investigation images and enter your written evidence. In the Selected Works section, upload your works.
Do a final review of your work.
Once you submit your portfolio components as final, you won’t be able to make any changes unless your teacher returns a component to you.
Submit your work as final.
When you’re ready to submit each portfolio component as final, you’ll be required to review each portfolio component one more time and confirm that it’s correct. You’ll then be required to acknowledge the Artistic Integrity Agreement and the Digital Portfolio AP Exam Terms and Conditions.
After you've submitted your portfolio components as final, open the Class Summary Overview page. In the table, ensure all 3 boxes (Sustained Investigation Images, Sustained Investigation Written Evidence, and Selected Works) have a checkmark. This indicates that the portfolio component has been submitted as final.
Leading up to the May 5, 8 p.m. ET AP Program deadline, you should check the Class Summary Overview page periodically to ensure your teacher didn’t return any portfolio component to you. If they did, it’s your responsibility to resubmit the portfolio component before the deadline for it to be sent to the AP Program for scoring.