College Board announces online AP tests

As of March 20, 2020, College Board has announced that Advanced Placement exams for the 2019-2020 school year will be held online and at home. Traditional exams will not be taking place, rather, a 45-minute online test will be administered for the same college credit. The exam will only include content that the College Board believes AP teachers have already covered by March. Students will be allowed to take the exam on any device they can access, and the test will be designed to prevent cheating.

In addition, College Board will be offering AP review sessions for students beginning March 25. They will be focused on reviewing topics from the first 75% of each AP course. The videos will be free and held live by various AP teachers in the United States.

To see course-specific AP exam information, click here.