Note: Expect delays of at least 6−8 weeks for archived AP score report orders. We’re still accepting these requests, but order processing is currently delayed because of facility closures due to the coronavirus crisis.
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 They have been archived. To send these scores to a college, university, or scholarship program, complete and submit the AP Archived Scores Request Form. The fee is $25. If you want only a personal copy of your archived scores without sending them to colleges, you still have to pay the fee and submit the form.
Reports are mailed via first-class mail within 15 business days of receipt of the request. You’ll also get a confirmation copy of your archived AP scores at the mailing address you give us on the form within 15 business days.
Download and fill out the AP Archived Score Request Form.
Fill out the form with your information, including the name and code of each institution you want to send your scores to, if applicable, and sign the form.
Have a form of payment ready.
You can pay by credit card, check, or money order. The fee is $25 per report.
Send the form and payment.
The address you send to depends on whether you’re paying by check/money order or by credit card.
Paying by check or money order (made payable to AP Exams):
The College Board
P.O. Box 21535
New York, NY 10087-1535
Paying by credit card:
P.O. Box 6671
Princeton, NJ 08541-6671
Or fax it to: 610-290-8979