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AP Exam Timeline Confusion

Hey everyone, I'm trying to sketch out my junior year, and I'm a bit stressed about AP exams. Can anyone tell me when we actually take AP exams? Also, what's the usual timeline like for finding out the scores? Sorry if it seems basic, just trying to plan my study schedule ahead!

8 months ago

No worries at all! It's great that you're planning ahead for your junior year. AP exams are typically administered over two weeks in May. The exact dates differ each year and by subject, so you'll want to check the College Board website for the specific schedule of your exams. After you take your AP exams, the scores are usually released in early July. The College Board releases scores in different waves, often based on your physical location, so some students may get their scores a few days earlier or later than others. To prepare, it's wise to consider your course load and start reviewing the material a few months in advance, perhaps setting a more intensive study plan for the weeks leading up to the exams. By starting early and staying consistent, you'll set yourself up for success. Remember, it's equally important to balance study with rest to avoid burnout. Good luck, and feel free to reach out if you have more questions!

8 months ago

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