ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP)

   The Advanced Placement (AP) Tests are accepted by many universities in the US as the equivalent of the tests in introductory-level courses. If you score well on the tests you can earn college credit which can count toward your graduation, or at least count toward meeting your distribution requirements.

   Top universities also see top scores on AP tests as proof that you're ready for advanced-level university studies. They can be a great boost to your university applications too!

   There are 38 different AP tests available in a wide range of subject areas. You can arrange to take the tests on your own in May of every year, even if your schools doesn't offer the AP course that you want to study. We can help you arrange a private tutor to help you prepare for any exam you like.

Test Subjects

Science
and
Math
Biology
Calculus AB / BC
Chemistry
Computer Science
Environmental Science
Physics 1 / 2
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
Physics C: Mechanics
Statistics
Social Sciences
Comparative
Government and Politics
US Government and Politics
Human Geography
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Psychology
Humanities
Art History
English Literature
European History
Spanish Literature
US History
World History

International Test Dates 2020

The AP Exams will be administered during the weeks of May 4-8 and May 11-15, 2020. Students should check which exams are administered on which dates here.

Key Info

  • Late testing may be possible in case of schedule conflicts. For more information, click here.

  • There are also a range of language tests available. See the full list here.