AP Test Information
AP Test Results
This year AP scores will only be available on online. Students will not receive scores in the mail. To get scores, students must sign up for a free College Board account by going to apscore.org
AP exams will be administered between Monday, May 7, 2018 through Friday, May 18, 2018. Students who have registered for an AP courses are expected to sit for the AP exam.
Registration for exams will open September 11, 2017. AP Order and Permission Forms will be due by January 26, 2018. Payment options include check, money order or online payment through the school store. Payment plans maybe requested when ordering exams, with the first installment due in November. See AP Order Form for details. Financial aid is available upon request.
When ordering any AP exam, either online or with a check, an AP Permission Form must also be submitted. This form gives permission for your child to take the exams off campus at the Poolesville Baptist Church. It also gives permission for your child to be excused from classes all day when they take an exam.
Curious about a particular exam? Want to see some sample questions?
Click HERE, then follow links to specific exams for some samples from previous exams!
AP Test Dates and Locations - Click HERE for Printable version
Duration times on the schedule below are estimates and include breaks and initial time to set up answer sheets, as well as time to actually take all exam sections.
Any conflicts when two exams are given at the same time will be resolved by the AP Coordinator. One exam will be taken at a later time.
AP Course Overview
Click HERE to see College Board descriptions of AP Courses.
Will the College I plan to attend accept my AP Scores?
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