Ap Essay Reader

AP Subject2018 Site2018 Dates
Art HistoryUTJune 3–9
BiologyMO IIJune 11–17
CalculusMO IJune 2–8
ChemistryUTJune 3–9
Chinese Language and CultureOH IIJune 12–18
Comparative Government and PoliticsUTJune 3–9
Computer Science AMO IJune 2–8
Computer Science PrinciplesMO IIJune 11–17
English Language and CompositionFL IIJune 12–18
English Literature and CompositionMO IIJune 11–17
Environmental ScienceOH IJune 2–8
European HistoryMO IJune 2–8
French Language and CultureOH IIJune 12–18
German Language and CultureOH IIJune 12–18
Human GeographyOH IJune 2–8
Italian Language and CultureOH IIJune 12–18
Japanese Language and CultureOH IIJune 12–18
LatinFL IIJune 12–18
MacroeconomicsOH IJune 2–8
MicroeconomicsOH IJune 2–8
Music TheoryOH IIJune 12–18
PhysicsMO IJune 2–8
PsychologyFL IIJune 12–18
ResearchUTJune 3–9
SeminarUTJune 3–9
Spanish Language and CultureOH IIJune 12–18
Spanish Literature and CultureFL IJune 3–9
StatisticsMO IIJune 11–17
Studio ArtUTJune 3–9
United States Government and PoliticsUTJune 3–9
United States HistoryFL IJune 3–9
World HistoryUTJune 3–9

Please note: schedule is subject to change.

Online Readers in subjects with distributed questions will score from home or office during the scheduled dates above.

Reading Sites:
FL — Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, FL
MO — Kansas City Convention Center, Kansas City, MO
OH — Duke Energy Center, Cincinnati, OH
UT — Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT

Advanced Placement® (AP) Readers evaluate and score AP students' free-responses, ensuring that high school students receive AP grades that accurately reflect college-level achievement in a specified discipline. Each year in June, high school teachers and college faculty from around the world gather across the United States to participate in locations onsite, as well as to score online from home. During the AP Reading, Readers will:

  • Exchange ideas and experiences, as well as build friendships with a network of high school teachers and college faculty.
  • Score exam responses from AP high school students, with opportunities to score exams online from home (some subjects).
  • Learn to apply a rubric consistently, which provides valuable knowledge for scoring their own students' essays.
  • Get compensated for training and scoring. Expenses, meals and lodging are also covered for Readers who travel to a Reading site.
  • Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs).

Reader positions are available based upon test-taker volumes. Submitting an application does not automatically constitute your employment as a Reader. ETS reserves the right to withdraw an invitation prior to the scheduled AP Reading session based upon business needs.

Note: If your application has been approved within the past six years, please do not reapply. All Readers must be able to work at the Reading for seven consecutive days.

All subjects have onsite Reading attendees, and some subjects additionally allow scoring from home during the Reading.

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Advanced Placement (AP) Program

SubjectHigher Ed. Applicants PrioritizedOnline Scoring from Home Available
Art History  
Biology  
CalculusX 
ChemistryX 
Chinese Language and Culture  
Comparative Government and Politics  
Computer Science A  
Computer Science Principles X
English Language and CompositionX 
English Literature and CompositionX 
Environmental Science  
European HistoryXX
French Language and Culture X
German Language and CultureX 
Human Geography  
Italian Language and CultureX 
Japanese Language and CultureX 
LatinX 
Macroeconomics  
Microeconomics  
Music TheoryX
PhysicsX
PsychologyX 
Research (AP Capstone™) X
Seminar (AP Capstone™) X
Spanish Language and Culture X
Spanish Literature and Culture  
Statistics  
Studio ArtX 
U.S. Government and Politics  
U.S. History X
World History X

1. Subjects where HE applicants are prioritized will still process applications from High School (HS) teachers. HS teachers applying to these subjects are less likely to be invited to the Reading in the year that they apply.

2. Readers in subjects that offer both onsite and online scoring opportunities will be surveyed on a yearly basis so that they can provide up-to-date scoring location availability. A Reader's scoring location preference is not guaranteed to be accommodated.

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