In order to have your Create and Explore performance tasks scored, you’ll need to submit digital files and written responses as final to College Board using the AP Digital Portfolio platform by no later than April 30, 11:59 p.m. ET.
Sign in to AP Digital Portfolio.
Go to AP Digital Portfolio and sign in using your College Board username and password.
Go to your class.
From the dashboard, navigate to your AP Computer Science Principles class.
Choose a performance task.
Select the Create or Explore performance task.
Choose the component you want to upload.
You can upload your Individual Video, Written Responses, or Program Code (for the Create performance task) and a Computational Artifact of your choosing accompanied by your Written Responses (for the Explore performance task).
Upload the file.
Click Upload New and select the correct file from your computer.
Upload each of the final files. Until you submit the files as final, you can always go back and replace these with updated files.
Do a final review of your work.
Once you submit your work as final, you won’t be able to make any changes to it unless your teacher sends it back to you.
Submit your work as final.
Click Submit Final and go through the final submission process, which includes attesting to the originality of your work. Check the boxes to affirm that your work is your own, that you have read the performance task directions, and that you did not collaborate on any submissions in which collaboration is not allowed.
AP Digital Portfolio: Student User Guide for AP Computer Science Principles
This manual contains detailed instructions, with screenshots, on how to join your AP Computer Science Principles class, how to upload and submit your work via the AP Digital Portfolio, and how to prepare for the end-of-course exam.
AP Computer Science Principles Assessment Timeline
See dates, deadlines, and what to do when throughout the year.
AP Digital Portfolio Submission Technical Requirements
Make sure you can submit your work online.