Everything you need to know to prepare for your AP exams.
Test dates, how to register, score information, and study tools.
If you're planning on attending college, high AP scores could earn you some college credit before you arrive on campus. Make sure you're prepared to score big.
The 2018 AP Exams are held from May 7–11 (Week 1) and from May 14–18 (Week 2).
AP Test Schedule 2018
To confirm test dates or to register, meet with the AP Coordinator at your high school or visit The College Board.
When do AP scores come out?
2018 AP scores will mostly be released in mid-July 2018. You'll need a College Board Student Account to view your scores. Sign up now!
How can you prepare?
Get ready for the exams by practicing with sample questions and knowing what to expect on exam day.
To help you prepare to do your best on the AP Exam, The College Board provides free practice questions and tips for labeling your exam materials and completing exam responses.
Khan Academy is also an official practice partner for AP with free instructional videos, articles, and practice exercises designed to build the knowledge and skills needed for AP-level courses. Want more? Take a look at these free AP Prep resources and AP Cram Courses at The Princeton Review.