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All AP Exams Will Now Be Administered Online May 2020

Last updated March 25, 2020

College Board, the organization that administers AP exams, has announced that all AP exams - normally offered in schools - will now be conducted online. This means you’ll be able to take each AP exam at home (or anywhere you’re able to reliably access internet).

Here’s what you need to know: 

How will the AP exams work online?

  • Each AP exam will be a 45 minute free-response test that you can complete at home.
  • The full exam schedule, specific free-response question types that will be on each AP Exam, and additional testing details will be available by April 3 (and we’ll update this page as soon as it drops! So check back here).

Where can I get help studying for the AP exams?

I don’t have internet access - how can I take my AP exams?

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