Advanced Placement Exams
What are AP Exams Like?
AP Exams are administered by schools worldwide on set dates in May each year.
•Exams are typically 2–3 hours and include:
•Free-response items such as essays, problem
solving, document-based questions and oral
AP Exams at WGHS
The deadline for AP exam payment is Friday, March 23rd.
AP Exams will be paid for online thru mypaymentsplus.com
Exams are $90 per exam
AP students will complete pre-administration materials in April to prepare for exams
AP exams are scheduled in May by the College Board and taken at WGHS (see AP schedule below)
AP scores are available online in July
Find colleges and universities that offer credit or placement for AP scores. Begin your search by entering the name of the institution below. For the most up-to-date AP credit policy information, be sure to check the institution's website.
What does your ap score mean?
Your AP score shows how well you did on the AP Exam. It's also a measure of your achievement in your college-level AP course. This score will be used by colleges and universities to determine if they will grant you credit for what you've already learned, or allow you to skip the equivalent course once you get to college (this is known as advanced placement).
Your score is a weighted combination of your scores on the multiple-choice section and on the free-response section. The final score is reported on a 5-point scale as follows:
5 = extremely well qualified
4 = well qualified
3 = qualified
2 = possibly qualified
1 = no recommendation
"Qualified" means that you have proven yourself capable of doing the work of an introductory-level course in a particular subject at college. Many colleges and universities grant credit and placement for scores of 3, 4 or 5; however, each college decides which scores it will accept. To see college policies for AP scores, visit our AP Credit Policy Search.
In order to be considered for credit or placement, you must send your official AP score report to the college you're planning to attend.