Be Sure Your Child Knows How to Access AP Scores

Dear Parent,

If your child is taking an AP® Exam this year, the information provided below will help them prepare to access their exam scores.

Getting AP Exam Scores

Now: Your child should sign in to their College Board account. We strongly suggest all students go to the student AP Scores website and sign in to their accounts now to make sure they remember their password. They should save their username and password in a safe place.

In May: At exam time, students must fill in AP answer sheets carefully and consistently—especially name, date of birth, sex, mailing address, and email address.

In May: Check the student AP Scores website to find out the exact date scores will be available.

In July: Get scores on the student AP Scores website. Students will need:

•  Their College Board account username and password

•  Their AP number (or student ID number if provided on the AP answer sheet)

Sending Scores

In May: Indicate a college on their AP answer sheet to receive their 2017 scores, and any from previous years, for free.

After May: Students can use their account to send AP scores to additional colleges. By sending scores, students can take full advantage of AP by strengthening their college applications and being considered for credit and placement.

Important Links

•  Student AP Scores website: information about AP scores and your portal to view scores in July

•  AP Exam dates

•  AP practice questions

•  @APforStudents on Twitter: updates about AP Exams and scores

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