The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the College Board was created to expand access to higher education.
Available Reports. Learn about the online reports available to educators, including information about the Instructional Planning Report and student datafile.
The AP Report to the Nation uses a combination of state, national, and AP Program data to provide each U.S. state with the context it can use to celebrate its successes, understand its unique challenges, and set meaningful, data-driven goals to give more students the opportunity for success in college.
Read more about AP Computer Science Expansion. Expanding AP Access. Each year, more U.S. students take, and do well on, AP Exams. See the data.
The College Board is pleased to offer a secure, Web-based system delivering AP reports to secondary schools and districts. Authorized teachers, AP coordinators, principals, and other administrators can access these reports.
The College Board Program Results present participation and performance data for our programs, and highlight how they can expand opportunity for all students.
Sending AP Scores. After you take an AP Exam, we send your score report to the college or university that you designated on your answer sheet. Your score report is cumulative and includes scores for all the AP Exams you have ever taken, unless you requested that one or more scores be withheld from a college or canceled.
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About Research. Learn about how the Research department actively supports the College Board mission. Read more about About Research
The College Board currently does not collect personal information for students under the age of 13 to enable online account creation. PSAT 8/9 test takers under 13 can review their results on the paper score report or can review their scores in school with their teacher or counselor via the integrated score reporting portal.