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If you took AP Exams in 2019 or earlier, you received an AP number—a unique eight-digit number that serves as your official identifier for the exam administration. We use the AP number to associate you with your scores. You received a different AP number each year you took AP Exams.
Starting in school year 2019-20, AP students will receive a permanent AP ID instead of an AP number. The AP ID will stay the same each year. (See What is an AP ID?).
Your AP number appeared on the bar-coded number labels in your AP Student Pack that you affixed to your exam materials. You may have placed a label on your AP number card from your student pack and saved it in a safe place.
If you’re asked to verify your AP profile when you sign in to access your scores online, you’ll have to enter your AP number and the year that you tested with that number.
Some states, districts, or schools assign each student a unique identification code called a student identifier or student ID number. If you entered your student identifier on your AP answer sheet when taking exams in 2019 or earlier, you can use it instead of your AP number to verify your AP profile and access your AP scores.
If you need your AP number from an exam taken in 2019 or prior, when you log in to the online score reporting system, you will be able to click “I do not have my AP number” and enter the email address that you provided on your most recent AP answer sheet. Your AP number will then be emailed to you. Please note: you can only request your AP number for the current year after that year's scores are available online.
If you provided your student identifier (student ID number) (see What is a student identifier or student ID number?) on your registration answer sheet, you can use that code instead of your AP number to verify your AP profile.
If you don’t have your AP number or student identifier, you can call AP Services at 888-225-5427 or 212-632-1780.
Although most scores are available in July, a small percentage may not be. Some scores take longer to process because of late testing or other special circumstances (for example, if testing materials are sent back to us late or we need extra time to match your records).
We’ll email you when your delayed score is posted to your online score report. If you don’t receive your scores by September 1, contact us at [email protected] or 888-225-5427 (toll free) or 212-632-1780.
If you designated a college or university score recipient on your registration answer sheet, that institution will receive the scores that were available at the time the score report was generated. As your other scores become available, they will automatically be sent to that college or university.
If you requested additional score reports for other institutions and delayed scores come in, your delayed scores will automatically be sent to these other institutions as well. This only applies to colleges or universities that you designated to receive scores from the current exam year.
We send the AP number to the email address entered on the AP registration answer sheet. If you provided another email address when requesting your AP number, try again with the email address you entered on your answer sheet. If we’re still unable to find your record, you can either enter your student identifier if you provided that on your answer sheet, or you can call AP Services at 888-225-5427 or 212-632-1780.
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Your mailing address should match the address you provided when you created your College Board online account. Your mailing address is used to help match your records in our systems and confirm your identity when contacting customer service. It is also used when mailing AP Capstone awards and returning AP Art and Design portfolios.
Yes. Your score report includes all your scores from all the AP Exams you took in the past. Your entire score history will be sent to your designated college, university, or scholarship program unless you choose to withhold or cancel any of your scores.
When you look at your online score report, check that it’s complete. If you don’t see all your exam scores online, contact us at [email protected] or 888-225-5427 (toll free) or 212-632-1780. Missing scores may mean that some of the information in your online account doesn’t match the information on your answer sheet, and this could cause problems in sending your scores.
The online system will allow certain changes to your profile. Please log in to make your necessary changes. If you need further assistance, contact AP Services at 888-225-5427 or 212-632-1780.
Your email address is used to help match your records in our systems and provide you with important information about your scores.
- If we have enough information to securely verify you online, you’ll be asked one security question. If you correctly answer the question, you can reset your password online and immediately access your account.
- If we don’t have enough information to securely verify you online or you wish to bypass the security questions, we will email a temporary password to you. There’s an “Email Me My Password” option on the security question page.
For other problems, visit the Troubleshooting section in Account Help.
If you still need help, contact AP Services at 888-225-5427 or 212-632-1780.
For security purposes, you may be asked to verify your AP Profile before viewing scores. This additional step simply requires you to verify or enter basic information about yourself, including your AP number (see What is an AP number and where can I find it?) or student identifier (student ID number) (see What is a student identifier or student ID number?), so we can confirm your identity before displaying your scores.
If you’ve ever taken another College Board test, such as the SAT, or you are a returning AP Exam taker, the College Board was able to securely match your College Board account to your AP Exam record and you do not need to verify your account with an AP number or student ID.
Click Download Score Report to download an unofficial copy of your score report as a PDF. If your computer or device does not support PDFs, click the link to download the Adobe Acrobat software, or use the “print screen” function to get a screenshot of your score report.
We provide a location-based access schedule in order to spread demand evenly and ensure that all students have the opportunity to view their scores within the first couple of days of score release. We appreciate your patience.
Remember that the date and time your scores become available depends on your physical location at the time you access scores, not the location of your school or district.
If you’re missing AP scores for this year, you may have given us information on your AP answer sheet that doesn’t match the information you gave us when you created your College Board account. This means we can’t connect your AP scores to your account. You won’t be able to view or send an official score report until the issue is resolved.
In the meantime, the system will produce what we call a view-only score report. A view-only score report can’t be sent to a college, university, or scholarship program. Furthermore, it does not contain your complete score history if you took exams in prior years.
To get access to an official score report that you can send to score recipients and that contains your entire exam history, contact AP Services at 888-225-5427 or 212-632-1780 to resolve your account issue.
If you don’t see all the exams that you took this year listed in your score report or you notice that exams that you took last year or earlier (up to four years ago) are missing, contact AP Services at [email protected] or 888-225-5427 (toll free) or 212-632-1780.
If your last AP Exam was more than four years ago, your scores are archived. Archived scores are not viewable from our online score reporting system and can only be sent to a college, university, or scholarship program through a request made via mail or fax.
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If you’ve taken AP Exams and you are under the age of 13, you’ll get a letter from the AP Program with score information. If you have questions, ask your parent/guardian to contact Customer Service at 888-225-5427 or 212-632-1780.
Your online score report will include all your AP scores from any exams you’ve taken in the past. If your most recent AP Exam was over four years ago, your AP scores are no longer viewable from our online score reporting system. They have been archived and can only be sent to a college, university or scholarship program through a request made via mail or fax.
No. Once you’ve created a College Board account, you’ll be able to use that account to view or send your AP scores as long as you hold the account. If you’ve taken other College Board assessments such as the SAT, you probably already have a College Board account. Don’t create more than one account; this could delay your scores. If you change your email address, make sure you update your account.
Note that your online score report includes all your AP scores from any exams you’ve taken in the past. If your most recent AP Exam was over four years ago, your AP scores are no longer viewable from our online score reporting system. They have been archived and can only be sent to a college, university, or scholarship program through a request made via mail or fax.