> Advanced Placement Test Fee Program
The Department of Education makes awards to state educational agencies to enable them to cover part or all of the cost of test fees for low-income students who are enrolled in an Advanced Placement class and plan to take an Advanced Placement test. Funds from the Advanced Placement Test Fee Program subsidize test fees for low-income students to encourage them to take Advanced Placement tests and obtain college credit for high school courses, reducing the time and cost required to complete a postsecondary degree.
General Program Requirements:
In order to qualify for this benefit program, you must be a current or prospective high school student enrolled or planning to enroll in an Advanced Placement (AP) class. You must also characterize your financial situation as low income or very low income.
Talk to your school's AP Coordinator to learn more about state and Federal subsidies and other support that may be available to you. You may also visit:
Program Contact Information:
For more information on this program, visit:
If you have questions, please email us at:AdvancedPlacementProgram@ed.gov Or call:
U.S. Department of Education