Advanced Placement

  • 2023 Advanced Placement (AP) Exams

    May 1st - May 12th, 2023



    IRONDALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Regular Exam Testing SiteMost IDHS students will take the AP exams at the Mounds View Community Center, 5394 Edgewood Drive, Mounds View 55112.  

    MOUNDS VIEW HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Regular Exam Testing ScheduleMost MVHS students will take the AP exams at North Heights Lutheran Church, 1700 Hwy 96 West, Arden Hills 55112.

    AP Digital and AP World Language Exam Testing Sites for ALL students (at both high schools) - The testing site for all AP Digital and AP World Language Exams (Chinese, Japanese, French and Spanish) may be different and will be determined and communicated to registered students closer to the testing dates in May 2023. 

    AP Late Exam Testing Site for ALL students - All Late Testing Schedule exams for both Irondale High School and Mounds View High School students will be administered at the Mounds View Community Center located at 5394 Edgewood Drive, Mounds View.


    Students may provide their own transportation to and from the testing site locations.  Bus transportation will also be available to and from the high school to the students designated testing location.


    College Board AP Students website - information about AP exams

    2023 AP Daily Practice Session Videos - release schedule for the new College Board video series that provides students with opportunities to practice applying course content and skills to AP exam questions.

    AP Exam Calculator Policy

    What to Bring on Exam Day

    Student AP Exam Terms and Conditions

    College Board Student Account Help - help for signing in to and signing up for a student College Board account   

    2023 AP Exam Schedule

    2023 AP Late Testing Schedule

    2022-23 AP Exam Fall Newsletter  

    2022-23 AP Exam Registration and Payment Instructions

    Joining AP Class Online in MyAP Student Account Instructions   

    Email all questions and inquiries to


    Beginning in July 2023, AP exam scores will be released.  Students can access and view their AP scores and order additional score reports for colleges, universities, and scholarship programs by logging into their online student College Board account at

    Additional information about AP exam scores can also be found on the College Board website.

    Students will be able to:

    • View, download, and print their scores.
    • Send scores electronically to colleges, universities, and scholarship programs.
      • The deadline for students to designate one free score report recipient in their MyAP account is June 20th. 
        • College Board will charge a fee for students to send score reports to additional colleges. The additional score reports will cost $15 for regular processing and $25 for rush processing.
        • The additional score report fee can be paid by credit card.  To pay by check or money order students can mail a written request to AP Services.
      • Review and track their cumulative score report and the status of all orders, which includes scores from all AP Exams they’ve ever taken, unless they’ve canceled or withheld scores.

    Helpful Tips:

    1. Students will need to use their College Board account in order to access their AP scores online at  Students should sign in with the same account they used to register and enroll in their AP class sections.
    2. If a student has forgotten their username or password, they can select the “Forgot Username” or “Forgot Password” links and an email will be sent with their login information. 
    3. Students should not create a new account if they already have one. Duplicate accounts can cause delays in getting AP scores.
    4. If a student changes their email address, it’s important to update it in their College Board account.

    About Sending AP Scores

    Students may indicate one college, university, or scholarship program to receive a FREE copy of their AP score report.   June 20 is the deadline for students to indicate the recipient of their free score report through My AP.

    To do this, students must:

    1. Sign in to My AP.
    2. Go to MyAP Profile
    3. Click the Score Send tab.
    4. Enter the college, university, or scholarship program, select it, and click Save.

    The score report includes all scores from all the AP Exams students took in the past. The entire score history will be sent to the  designated college, university, or scholarship program unless a student chooses to withhold or cancel any of their scores.

    Students can request a score report be sent to additional recipients for a fee. For more information, visit the College Board Send AP Scores Online webpage or contact College Board at 888-225-5427.

    If you have questions, you may also contact the district Assessment office at