In June 2019, over 18,000 high school and college faculty members served as AP Readers, scoring over 5.1 million exams during the annual AP Reading. The AP Program would like to invite you to join the pool of eligible AP Readers as we prepare for the 2020 Reading. If you are already an AP Reader, thank you so much for your service.
We have a significant need for Readers in your subject in 2020. If you are not an AP Reader, apply to become one today. You may be eligible to join the Reading pool if you have taught your AP subject for 2 years or more. The sooner that you apply the better chance you have to be invited to the 2020 AP Reading.*
97% of Readers that participate in the AP Reading have a positive experience
97% of returning High School AP Readers have actually made changes to the way they teach or score work as a direct result of their participation in the AP Reading
Opportunities exist to score onsite, as well as from home in some subjects. While we accept applications from AP teachers for all subjects, professionals with expertise in the following subjects are needed the most to expand the AP Reader pool.**
Comparative Government & Politics
U.S. Government & Politics
World History: Modern
Depending on the AP Reader needs for each subject, we may select you to serve as an AP Reader in the first year that you apply, or you may be considered for future AP Readings. New applicants in the subjects listed above have a higher probability of being invited to the 2020 Reading versus new applicants in other subjects.
*If you are currently an AP Reader or have recently submitted an application to become a Reader, there is no need to reapply.
**Work sponsorships are unavailable for this position. All Applicants must be authorized to work for any employer in the United States.
***AP CSP, Seminar, and Research teachers are encouraged to apply to become AP Readers, regardless of years of teaching experience.