Reports and Services for Schools
|Report or Service||Format||Cost|
|Online Score Reports||Online||No fee|
|Score Labels||Paper||$75 per set|
|Free-Response Booklets||Paper||1-20: $50; |
more than 100: $250
Online Score Reports
Schools can access the score reports listed below on the Online Reports for Educators website. For more information about what staff members can access these reports, visit Online Scores for Schools and Districts. Visit Tips for Using Online Score Reports for Educators for more information about using the system.
For schools with multiple class sections or teachers for a particular AP subject: AP Instructional Planning Reports and subject score rosters are available at the class section or teacher level only if your school designates section numbers on students' answer sheets during the exam administration. For more information, visit Designating Class Sections.
Online and distance learning providers have access to two reports: the AP Instructional Planning Report and subject score roster.
AP Instructional Planning Report
The AP Instructional Planning Report compares students' performance in the multiple-choice and free-response sections and on specific topics in each AP Exam to the performance of all students, helping teachers target areas for increased attention and focus in the curriculum. This report is available for multiple exam years, starting with 2010.
Subject score roster
This roster is available for each AP subject at your school, listing all students and their AP scores in that subject. The subject score roster is available for multiple exam years, starting with 2010.
New in 2013: The subject score roster now contains the student ID number or local student identifier for each student (field T on the 2013 AP answer sheet).
School score roster
This cumulative roster lists the scores of all AP students at your school who tested during a specific exam year, and is customizable to display these students' scores from previous years. The school score roster is available for multiple exam years, starting with 2010.
School Scholar roster
This roster lists all AP students at your school who earned an AP Scholar Award during a specific year and their AP Exam scores. The school Scholar roster is available for multiple exam years, starting with 2011.
Note: AP State Scholar, DoDEA AP Scholar and International AP Scholar winners for the current year will not appear on this roster until August or September.
Student score report
This report contains individual, cumulative reports for each AP student at your school who tested during the most recent exam administration, listing scores for each AP Exam ever taken by that student. The student score report is available for multiple exam years, starting with 2010.
New in 2013: The student score report now contains the student ID number or local student identifier for each student (field T on the 2013 AP answer sheet).
This downloadable .csv file contains score data for each AP student at your school who tested during the most recent exam administration. This information can be uploaded to other systems for internal analysis and planning. For more information, visit Downloading the Student Datafile.
New in 2013: The student datafile now contains the student ID number or local student identifier for each student (field T on the 2013 AP answer sheet).
Current year score summary
This report shows the total number of each AP score (1 to 5) for each AP subject offered at your school and is available for multiple exam years, starting with 2010.
New in 2013: The current year score summary will now display counts for unique students.
Five-year school score summary
This report contains five years of data at the school, state and global levels, and provides subject-specific summaries of total exams, scores and mean scores. This report is available for the most recent exam year and displays the last five years of data (e.g., the 2013 report displays data from 2009 to 2013).
School summary by student demographics
This report summarizes AP Exams at your school by students' grade level, ethnicity, gender and fee reduction status. Comparisons include number of exams, score, mean score and standard deviation. This report is available for multiple exam years, starting with 2010.
School summary with comparable groups
This report compares AP Exams at your school to those of comparable groups (i.e., state, nation, global). Comparisons include number of exams, score, mean score and standard deviation. This report is available for the most recent year.
AP Equity and Excellence Report
This report displays the percentages of your school’s entire 10th-, 11th- and 12th-grade classes who scored a 3 or higher on at least one AP Exam, and the percentage of the senior class that scored a 3 or higher on at least one AP Exam during high school. This report is available for multiple exam years, starting with 2010.
College and university totals
This report lists which colleges and universities received your students' AP scores and is available for the most current year.
Additional Score Reporting Services
Individual schools may order their students' scores on pressure-sensitive labels that attach easily to student records. Each label contains the student's name, social security number or birth date, the AP Exams taken, the years in which the exams were taken, and the scores received. Schools can order these beginning in the spring on the AP Exam Ordering website. The fee is $75 per set, and the deadline to order is June 1. The labels are sent in mid-July.
Schools are responsible for maintaining student privacy and the confidentiality of AP scores. Only students have the right to forward their AP scores to colleges and universities. Therefore, schools should use caution in affixing AP score labels to transcripts or other records that will be sent to these institutions. Affixing score labels to transcripts can result in a violation of students' rights and opens the door to a potential lawsuit. To avoid this possibility, the AP Program strongly suggests that schools institute one of the following procedures:
- Affix the score label to the back of the transcript and copy only the front of the transcript when sending it to colleges.
- Have students sign a release permitting the school to put the score label on the front of the transcript. Keep the signed releases with students' files.
Schools may request their students' free-response booklets (paper format). Schools that plan to make this request should note that their order includes the entire school's booklets minus those requested by students; schools cannot limit their order to booklets of certain students or certain exams. No comments, corrections, or scores are included. The fee is based on the number of booklets received by the school:
- 1-20: $50
- 21-50: $100
- 51-100: $150
- More than 100: $250
Schools can order booklets on the AP Exam Ordering website, and the deadline for ordering is September 15. The booklets are sent to schools beginning in mid-October; schools should receive the booklets by no later than mid-December.
Free-response booklets are not available for exams whose free-response questions are not released on the College Board website 48 hours after the exam administration (e.g., late-testing exams).