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2022 AP® EXAM DATES
On July 13, 2021, The College Board released its intended test dates for the 2022 AP Exams.
Read on for everything we know so far about the 2022 AP Exams.
Notably, the 2022 AP Exams will be administered in the traditional paper-and pencil format, with the exception of AP Chinese Language and Culture and AP Japanese Language and Culture, which will be administered digitally, as has always been the case.
Where will I take my AP Exam?
All AP Exams are to be taken in person, in students’ schools. So far, there has been no mention of any at-home testing.
When will I take my AP Exam?
For all traditional, in-person paper-and-pencil exams, each subject’s exam will occur at a set local time, so some students taking the same exam may not take them simultaneously. For example, while a student who lives on the east coast will take her paper-and-pencil AP U.S. History Exam at 8:00 AM EDT, a student who lives on the west coast would take his AP U.S. History Exam at 8:00 AM PDT, three hours later. The same applies to international students.
What if I have a scheduling conflict?
If you are taking more than one AP Exam, and two of those AP Exams are scheduled at the same time, your AP Coordinator will be able to register you for a late testing date. Similarly, if circumstances prevent you from you taking your test on the original test date, check with your AP Coordinator to see if you qualify for rescheduling a late test.
2022 AP EXAM DATES AND TIMES
|Morning 8:00 AM Local Time||Afternoon 12:00 PM Local Time||Afternoon 2:00 PM Local Time|
|Monday, May 2||Japanese Language and Culture United States Government and Politics||Chemistry Spanish Literature and Culture|
|Tuesday, May 3||Environmental Science||Psychology|
|Wednesday, May 4||English Literature and Composition||Comparative Government and Politics Computer Science A|
|Thursday, May 5||Human Geography Macroeconomics||Seminar Statistics|
|Friday, May 6||European History United States History||Art History Microeconomics|
|Monday, May 9||Calculus AB Calculus BC||Computer Science Principles Italian Language and Culture|
|Tuesday, May 10||English Language and Composition||Physics C: Mechanics||Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism|
|Wednesday, May 11||Chinese Language and Culture Spanish Language and Culture||Biology|
|Thursday, May 12||French Language and Culture World History||Physics 1: Algebra-Based|
|Friday, May 13||German Language and Culture Music Theory||Latin Physics 2: Algebra Based|
COURSEWORK SUBMISSION DATES
April 30, 2022 (11:59 p.m. ET) is the deadline for:
- AP Seminar and AP Research students to submit performance tasks as final and their presentations to be scored by their AP Seminar or AP Research teachers.
- AP Computer Science Principles students to submit their Create performance task as final.
Friday, May 6, 2022, is the deadline for:
AP coordinators to submit digital AP 2-D Art and Design, 3-D Art and Design, and Drawing portfolios (by 8 p.m. ET) and to gather 2-D Art and Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly. Teachers should forward completed digital Art and Design portfolios to coordinators before this date.
How much is the AP Exam?
Students are expected to pay $96 per AP Exam. If taking the exam outside of the United States and Canada, the cost is $126. Some in financial need may be eligible for a reduction in the price of the exam. Be sure to check out the College Board website for more information on pricing. To learn more about test day, read our AP Test Day Checklist article.
LATE-TESTING DATES FOR 2022 AP EXAMS
|Morning 8:00 Local Time||Afternoon 12:00 PM Local Time|
|Tuesday, May 17||Environmental Science||Psychology|
|Wednesday, May 18||Chemistry Computer Science A Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Statistics United States History||Comparative Government and Politics Computer Science Principles English Literature and Composition Macroeconomics Spanish Literature and Culture|
|Thursday, May 19||Chinese Language and Culture English Language and Composition German Language and Culture Human Geography Physics 1: Algebra-Based||Art History Biology French Language and Culture Japanese Language and Culture Latin Physics C: Mechanics|
|Friday, May 20||Calculus AB Calculus BC Microeconomics Physics 2: Algebra-Based Spanish Language and Culture||European History Italian Language and Culture Music Theory Seminar United States Government and Politics World History|