To support students affected by school closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, we’re offering at-home testing for 2020 AP Exams. This means changes to some of our processes and policies. Note that these adjustments may not be reflected on all AP Students pages including this one. For the most updated information, visit Updates for AP Students Affected by Coronavirus.
In order to have your performance task scored, you’ll need to submit your Academic Paper as final to College Board using the AP Digital Portfolio platform by no later than May 26, 2020, 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 Research class.
Choose the performance task.
Select Academic Paper.
Upload the file.
Click Upload New and select the correct file from your computer.
Do a final review of your work.
Once you submit your file 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 box to affirm that your work is your own and that you understand AP Capstone policies on plagiarism and related issues.
AP Capstone Diploma Program Policies
Understand policies on plagiarism, participation, extended absence, and more for AP Seminar and AP Research students.
AP Digital Portfolio: Student User Guide for AP Capstone
This manual contains detailed instructions, with screenshots, on how to join your AP Seminar or AP Research class and how to upload and submit your work via the AP Digital Portfolio.
AP Research 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.