AP Downloads & Materials Ordering
Ordering AP Publications
- College Board Store: Students and educators can shop here for a variety of AP teaching and learning resources.
- Free AP Publications: Use this online form to order printed copies of the AP Program's free publications for your school.
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|Share AP||Website. Downloadable materials educators can use to introduce students and parents to AP courses and exams. Includes the AP student brochure, AP parent brochure, student posters, a customizable parent’s night PowerPoint presentation, links to other resources and more. Materials in English and Spanish.||Education Professional, Students, Parents|
|AP and Higher Education (.pdf/803.4K)||Publication. This booklet for higher education administrators and educators provides resources and information to help inform AP policies at colleges and universities. It includes recent research on AP and an overview of how AP Exams are developed and scored, with an emphasis on the role that college and university faculty play throughout the process. |
Subject-specific policy guides for higher education are available for download on the Credit and Placement Policy page.
|How to Start an AP Course||Website. Discover the 7 steps to start an AP course at your school. Find estimated course costs and links to useful information and resources.||Education Professional|
|AP Coordinator Information|
|AP Program Guide 2014-15 (.pdf/1.4 MB)||Publication. Written for both AP Coordinators and school administrators, this guide provides information about the AP Program and the various stages of the AP year, from starting an AP program at a school, through ordering, administering, returning, and paying for exams.||Test Coordinator, K-12 Administrator|
|AP Coordinator's Manual||Publication. Written for AP Coordinators. This is the primary reference for all aspects of administering AP Exams. - available soon||Test Coordinator|
|AP Exam Instructions||Proctor scripts and instructions for administering AP Exams||Test Coordinator, Proctor|
|Recording Student Reponses Using a Computer||Supplemental instructions for administering the recorded portion of the world language and Music Theory exams using a PC or Mac.||Test Coordinator, Proctor|
|AP Coordinator Newsletter Archive||Archived copies of this year's newsletters, which include important updates, reminders about upcoming events and deadlines, professional development opportunities, and other useful news about AP courses and exams.||Test Coordinator, K-12 Administrator|
|Exam Administration Resources|
Sample Exam-Taker Agreement (.rtf/54K)
|Template. Coordinators whose schools require AP students to sign agreements at the start of the school year can download this starter template. Note: These agreements are driven by local school policy; the AP Program does not require or endorse their use.||Test Coordinator|
Archived Score Request Form (.pdf/72K)
|Template. Four years after a student's test date, AP scores are removed from our active computer files and archived. Students should use this form to request archived copies of their score reports. AP Services must receive a signed and written request, and the fee is $25 per college.||Test Coordinator|
|Template. This spreadsheet template is a powerful tool for the logistical planning that AP Coordinators need to do each spring.||Test Coordinator|
|Template. Spreadsheet for tracking student registration, exam orders, fees and fee reductions, etc.||Test Coordinator|
|Template. AP Coordinators can modify and send these letter templates to their students as the AP Exam administration approaches. Both letters contain information on what students should and shouldn't bring to the exams, where the exams are, when they need to arrive, and more.||Test Coordinator|
Sample Student Registration Form (.rtf/76K)
|Template. AP Coordinators can download this sample form and revise it to meet their schools' needs.||Test Coordinator|
|Data and Reports|
|9th Annual AP Report to the Nation|| |
Publication. The 9th Annual AP Report to the Nation reports on each U.S. state's efforts to improve high school achievement by involving greater segments of the student population—and traditionally underserved minority students in particular—in rigorous AP courses.
More information is available on the Report to the Nation website.
|AP Data 2013||Visit this page to download AP data reports and statistical tables from the 2012-13 academic year.||Education Professional|