AP teacher-led interactive lessons, breaking down each exam with content review and strategies to help you get to the right answer. Even during these uncertain times, we hope you’ll lean on us to guide you and keep you on track.
LATEST AP EXAM UPDATES
Are AP Exams Canceled?
No! For the 2019-20 administration, each AP course will have a 45-minute free-response exam focusing on the content most schools were able to cover by early March. You’ll take the test from home, on whatever device you have access to. Colleges have agreed to accept this year’s AP scores as they would any scores on full-length AP exams. You can see all CollegeBoard AP updates here.
What about portfolio-based AP courses?
The deadline for portfolio submissions has been extended to May 26, 2020. This includes AP 2-D Art and Design, 3-D Art and Design, Computer Science Principles, Drawing, Research, and Seminar courses. Find more information about your specific portfolio requirementshere.
What should I do if I don’t have AP classes anymore?
Many schools across the country have canceled classes for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. This includes AP classes. Depending on your school, there may be classes online or other arrangements for you to continue to prepare at home. To support these efforts, Kaplan is offering free AP prep sessions on YouTube live (details below). CollegeBoard also has free AP resources available for each exam.
How can I prepare for my AP exam at home?
This is an alarming time with many unknowns, and we want you to be able to continue to prepare for your AP exam. Kaplan is offering completely free AP prep sessions on YouTube live for AP US History, AP World History, and AP Biology. These sessions will focus on question review and include time to ask a teacher questions. CollegeBoard also has free AP resources available for each exam.
AP PREP ON YOUTUBE LIVE
Watch live replays of interactive lessons with Kaplan’s expert AP teachers, featuring 7-lesson playlists on AP U.S. History, World History: Modern, and Biology.