The AP Program is always searching for ways to better support teachers and empower students to succeed.
So, in the 2019-20 school year, we’re delivering a system of resources for all AP students and teachers, including an AP question bank, unit guides and tests, feedback to help you track progress, and more.
Preparation and Practice
We're giving you a new way to help your students develop skills for success in AP, college, and career.
AP Question Bank
A searchable library of real AP Exam questions you can use to create your own tests, classroom activities, homework assignments, and AP Exam practice.
Meaningful Feedback Throughout the Year
These online resources will help you and your students track progress and see next steps.
Interactive reports that help students, teachers, and administrators track and measure performance.
Insightful and focused feedback that lets students know where they stand and what to practice.
Better Support for Teachers
Guides, tests, and instructional support will help you teach the way you’ve always wanted to.
Planning guides that outline critical content and skills for major topic areas within a course, so you can focus and deepen instruction.
Formative questions that provide feedback to students about which areas they need to focus on.
Other Changes to AP
Beginning in 2019-20, students and teachers will complete a digital activation process at the start of the school year that will give them access to the new resources. This process will enable us to deliver key improvements requested by AP coordinators, including streamlined exam ordering and personalized student labels, which will eliminate most of the answer sheet “bubbling” that students currently complete on exam day. Additionally, the exam ordering deadline will be moved up to identify exam takers earlier in the school year, a best practice many schools follow today.
We’ll share more information about operational and other changes to AP in the coming months. Sign up below to get the latest updates.