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Advanced Placement

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AP courses are college-level classes that you can take while still in high school. They offer you challenging course work and a preview of what college is like.

AP Scores

You will get your AP scores online in July. See how to get ready.

Preparing for the Exams

Get ready for AP Exams with practice questions and exam taking tips.

Credit & Placement

Your AP scores can earn you valuable credit and placement in college.

SAT & SAT Subject Tests

Upcoming SAT Tests

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Practice for the SAT

Try a real SAT question at The Official SAT Question of the Day™. There's a new question every day, complete with a detailed explanation and hint.

SAT Subject Tests

Showcase your achievements in the college admission process with SAT Subject Tests — and potentially receive credit for introductory-level college courses. Learn about the tests, register, and practice.

Send Your Scores

Send your SAT scores online to colleges, universities or scholarship programs during or after registration.

The Redesigned SAT

The Redesigned SAT

We're revising the SAT to link more closely to the work you're doing in your most rigorous classes.

More Programs

Take the PSAT/NMSQT to practice for the SAT and get a scholarship opportunity. You'll also get free online access to My College QuickStart to see your scores, save college searches, and take a personality test to find majors and careers fit for you.

Earn college credit for what you already know with the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). Find out your college's CLEP policy, learn how to register, and try out free practice questions.

SpringBoard® is College Board's official pre-AP program for grades 6 through 12 in English Language Arts and Mathematics to prepare all students for college and career readiness through rigorous, engaging, and student-centered curriculum.

ReadiStep is a middle school assessment that measures skills students need to be on track for college success. It provides insight into students’ academic progress and helps educators make informed decisions in the classroom.