The Associated Press style book is the bible (not Bible) of media writers. It helps provide consistency, structure and clarity for writers in news, PR, advertising and more. (Broadcasters have their own style for on-air scripts, but they still need AP style for filing text-based web stories.)
Think you have a handle on AP? Give this quick quiz a shot.
You don’t have to create an account to play, but if you want to, it will rank you.
Post a screenshot of your score here and brag to your friends. Challenge a professor so you can have bragging rights all year.