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Accessing Online Scores for Educators

Setting Up Your Education Professional Account

The most important thing to know about accessing the Online Reports for Educators website is that all authorized AP teachers, AP Coordinators, principals and district administrators must have an Education Professional login to view reports. You may already have an Education Professional login if you have used College Board online services such as AP Exam Ordering, the AP Course Audit or AP Potential™ in the past.

Note: College Board Education Professional accounts are for educators only, and are different from the College Board student account that students will need in order to access their scores online. For more information about the steps students will need to take to access their scores, visit AP Online Scores for Students.

Access Codes for School Administrators

Some administrators who are not authorized through the AP Course Audit will need access codes in addition to their Education Professional logins to view 2014 scores online:

  • Any administrator at your school who has an authorized role in the 2013-14 AP Course Audit does not need an access code.
  • School administrators who do not have a 2013-14 AP Course Audit account need an access code to enter the Online Reports for Educators website if:
    • They did not access previous years' AP Exam scores online; or
    • The email address listed for them on the 2013-14 AP Participation Form does not match the email address in their Education Professional account.

    If you accessed AP Exam scores online in previous years and the email listed in your Education Professional account matches the email given for you on your school's 2013-14 AP Participation Form, you should not need an access code.

In late May and again in late June 2014, the College Board will email 2014 access codes to AP Coordinators and principals designated on schools' 2013-14 Participation Forms and to 2012-13 AP Course Audit administrators.

Access Codes for District Administrators

District administrators who have an authorized role in the 2013-14 AP Course Audit do not need an access code to enter the Online Reports for Educators website.  

District administrators who do not have a 2013-14 AP Course Audit account need an access code if:

  • They did not access previous years' AP Exam scores online; or
  • The email address listed for them on the 2014 AP Online Scores Contact Information Update Form (mailed to districts in March 2014) — or, if applicable, on the updated form returned by their district by April 30, 2014— does not match the email address in their College Board Education Professional account.

If you accessed AP Exam scores online in previous years and the email listed in your Educational Professional account matches the email provided on your district's 2014 AP Online Scores Contact Information Update Form, you should not need an access code.

In March, we mailed a letter to district primary contacts along with the 2014 AP Online Scores Contact Information Update Form which displays the district’s current contact information. If any contact information has changed since last year, your district should use the space provided to make updates and return the form by April 30, 2014. If there is at least one email address listed for your district and none of your contact information has changed, your district does not need to return this form as your district’s designated contact(s) will automatically be emailed their access codes this summer. If no email address is listed on the form, this means that we do not have the contact information necessary to email your district its access code this summer. If this is the case, please complete and return the form, specifying at least one email address.

If your district does not receive this form by April 1, or is new to AP scores online, contact ETS Code Control by phone at 609-771-7091 or by email at codecontrol@ets.org.

In late June or July, we will email each district's designated contact person(s) an access code, along with instructions on how to sign in and view scores.

Note: If you are prompted for an access code when signing in this summer, you will need to wait until 8 a.m. ET the next morning after entering your code before you can access the site. This delay allows the system to process your account information.

Granting Access to Other Staff

In addition to authorized AP teachers and administrators, your school may have additional staff that it would like to share certain reports with.

For these cases, an access code will be emailed in late May and late June to the AP Coordinator or principal designated on your school's 2013-14 AP Participation Form, and to any additional 2013-14 AP Course Audit administrators at your school. This code can be shared with up to five staff members at your school so that they can access the Online Reports for Educators website. Alternatively, an administrator can download or print reports to share with these staff members offline. For more information about teachers' and department chairs' access to the website, visit Teacher Access.

Authorized district administrators may also share their access codes with up to five staff members. In late June or early July, we will email this code to each district's designated contact person(s). For more information on district access codes, see above.

Recommended Software

To access Online Score Reports for Educators, you'll need a computer with an Internet connection and one of the following operating systems:

  • Windows® 2000, 2003, XP Home or Professional
  • Windows Vista Home, Business, Premium or Ultimate
  • Mac® OS 10.4 or higher
  • LINUX or UNIX

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Contact

  • AP Services
  • P.O. Box 6671
  • Princeton, New Jersey 08541-6671
  • Phone: 877-274-6474 (toll-free in the United States and Canada) or 212-632-1781
  • Email: apexams@info.collegeboard.org

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