2015 India AP Exam Registration

The 2015 AP Exams will be held from May 4–15, 2015. Registration for Regular Testing is now closed.

2015 AP India Late Testing

The College Board allows students to take Late Tests for AP under certain approved circumstances. Late Testing is scheduled for May 20–22, 2015, and will be offered across eight test centers in India, at Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai.

The registration deadline is April 24, 2015 (April 30, 2015 for Delhi, Kolkata, and Mumbai).

Students must be under 21 years of age (born after May 31, 1994) in order to take AP Exams in India. Students will not be permitted to take AP Exams in India without a valid government-issued photo ID (e.g. passport, Aadhaar card).

Students are required to submit an online registration form and then make a payment to their chosen test center to complete the registration. (Read further details below under 2015 AP India Late Testing Registration Process.) If you have any queries, please contact our India Representative, Lisa Jain, at LJain-nonemp@collegeboard.org.

2015 AP India Late Testing Schedule


Morning 8 a.m. (0800)

Afternoon 12 p.m. (1200)

Afternoon 2 p.m. (1400)

Wednesday, May 20


Thursday, May 21


Friday, May 22

2015 AP India Late Testing Exam Fee

Depending on your reason for Late Testing, you may be required to pay a surcharge of Rs. 3,000 above the testing fee of Rs. 8,900 per AP Exam, therefore making the total fee Rs. 11,900 per AP Exam. The Coordinator at your chosen test center will inform you about the total fee you'll need to pay. Please note that you may be required to submit documents and proof to the test center, in order to substantiate the reason stated for Late Testing on the online registration form.

Note for students testing at USIEF Centers: The Late Testing fee at USIEF test centers in Delhi, Kolkata, and Mumbai is Rs. 13,500 per AP Exam, irrespective of your reason for Late Testing. Only those students who are taking a Late Test due to a conflict with another AP Exam in the Regular Testing period, will pay Rs. 9,500 per AP Exam.

2015 AP India Late Testing Registration Process

From the list below, please click on the city where you wish to take AP Exams. You will be led to the online registration form for the test center in that city. Read the instructions listed on the form carefully, complete all fields, and submit your online registration. You will receive an acknowledgment email upon submission, after which you must submit the exam payment to the test center and receive your Admission Ticket from them to complete registration. You should carry a copy of your registration form (printout of the email confirmation) to the test center when a making payment, for verification purposes, along with any documents/proof required to substantiate your reason for Late Testing.

Please Note:

  • The online registration form should be accessed using browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Mozilla, or IE10. The form will not work properly on old versions of Internet Explorer (IE).
  • Each test center has a unique registration form. You must complete the form for the center where you wish to take your exam(s), as registrations are not transferrable across centers. If you wish to take exams at different centers, complete the registration process separately for each center.









2015 Regular Testing AP Exam Schedule

The 2015 AP Exams, under the Regular Testing Schedule, will be held from May 4–15, 2015. Registrations for Regular Testing are now closed. The 2015 Regular Testing schedule can be found here. Please note that AP Language Exams, AP Studio Art and AP Music Theory are not offered at test centers in India. View the complete 2015 Regular Testing AP Exam Schedule.

Want to take two AP Exams offered at the same time, e.g., Physics and Biology? Need help deciding which exams are right for you? See Frequently Asked Questions (.pdf/333KB) from other AP students.

The College Board and AP in India

Whether you’re interested in attending a university in India or studying abroad, the College Board can help you. We are a mission-driven, not-for-profit global organization committed to connecting students to college opportunity and success. Our programs like the SAT, Advanced Placement (AP), Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT), and ReadiStep can help prepare students for the academic rigors of higher education.

AP is currently offered in various high schools throughout India. In 2012, the College Board’s AP Program expanded AP Exam administration to designated test centers throughout India so that all students had the opportunity to register for AP Exams.

About AP

Advanced Placement (AP) is an academic program comprising university-level courses and exams that students can take while in high school to prepare for university-level study. Each AP course culminates in an AP Exam, which students take to demonstrate university-level knowledge, skills and abilities learned during the AP course.

Why take AP?

  • Most four-year universities and colleges in the U.S. accept qualifying AP Exam scores for college credit and advanced placement. Earning credit and/or advanced placement gives students the flexibility to graduate early, save tuition money, pursue a double major, skip introductory courses or gain time for valuable internships.
  • Standardized and globally recognized programs such as AP give Indian students the opport unity to showcase their academic strengths to thousands of colleges and universities in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Singapore, Australia and other countries.
  • For more than 50 years, AP has helped students around the world achieve their dream of university study. Learn more about AP.

Exam Preparation

AP Exams consist of multiple-choice questions and free-response (essay) prompts. See Preparing for AP for released exam questions, study tips and resources available for free and for purchase.

You may find it helpful to thoroughly review the AP Course Description for the subject(s) you’re considering. Each AP Course Description outlines in detail the topics covered in the curriculum framework and the exam structure.

While it is not mandatory, the best preparation for AP Exams is to take the related AP course in secondary school. The AP Course Ledger provides a list of schools currently offering approved AP courses, as well as approved online AP courses — just select your country or enter the keyword "online" to search. If your school does not yet offer the AP Program, ask your teacher or an administrator to contact AP at Ljain-NONEMP@collegeboard.org.

Exam Day

Find out what students need to know for AP Exam day by viewing the 2014 Answer Sheet Help presentation.

Read about Exam Day Policies and next steps before the exam.

AP Exam Scores

Scores are released in July of the year in which you take the exam. Students will receive AP score reports online only. Your designated high school and the college or university you designate on your answer sheet will also receive official score reports in July. Learn more about AP Scores.

AP Exam scores are reported on a five-point scale, with 5 being the highest score. In order to earn university credit or advanced placement, a score of 3 or above on a scale of 5 is expected. Each university determines its own AP acceptance and credit policy.

To view an AP policy, search for an institution.

What if my score is lower than I had hoped?

Remember that every university determines which AP scores it will accept for credit or placement, so be sure to verify the institution's AP policy first. The College Board’s student site includes AP recognition policies for U.S. institutions and for international universities. The preparation for an AP Exam is deeply beneficial since through AP you develop deep conceptual knowledge and subject-specific skills you can use at university. Research shows that students with an AP score of 1 or 2 tend to outperform students with no AP scores, except in terms of first-year university grade point average. As an option, some students choose to retake an AP Exam the following May.

Frequently Asked Questions

Since we began offering AP Exams at authorized test centers in India, we’ve received various questions about the AP Program. Answers to questions such as where to find AP textbooks, how many AP Exams to take, what to do if your school doesn’t offer AP or how to get your AP scores can be found on this Frequently Asked Questions document (.pdf/333KB).

If you have additional questions regarding AP, please email us or call +1-212-632-1780.

Recognized Around the World

Heading to the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Germany or another country for undergraduate studies? AP functions like a global academic passport for admission in different countries. Your performance in AP shows your commitment and ability to succeed at university-level study.

You can be confident that universities — in such far-flung places as Toronto, Hong Kong and London — look favorably upon students who take AP courses or exams. Your performance in AP shows your commitment and ability to succeed at university-level study.

  • More than 18,000 schools in 115 countries use the AP Program.
  • Top colleges and most four-year universities in the U.S. accept qualifying AP Exam scores for college credit and advanced placement.
  • Nearly all leading universities in Canada and the U.K. recognize AP for admission, credit or placement.

Last updated: March 18, 2015   

Key Dates

April 2015: Registration for Late Testing Opens

May 2015: AP Exams Held

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AP in India?

Download the AP in India student brochure.

Your Exam Scores?

Email questions to apexams@info.collegeboard.org or call +1-212-632-1780. You will need to provide your AP number and other information for security purposes.

The AP Program?

Please email questions to india@collegeboard.org

The AP Credit Policy?

Already accepted to university? Have a dream college? Check if your university accepts AP for credit or placement. AP Credit Policy Info

Why AP?

Learn how AP makes your application more attractive to universities. Watch the short film AP: A World-Class Academic Experience.

Planning for Studying Abroad?

Get the facts about studying in the U.S. and other countries with College Board International.

What Institutions Are Saying About AP

"AP students generally transition really well into the English education system because they're used to the style of teaching and style of assessment."

— Goldsmiths, University of London, London, England

"One of the best standard predictors of academic success at Harvard is performance on Advanced Placement Examinations."

— William R. Fitzsimmons, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Harvard University