Changes to AP Test Ordering and Resources.
There are many changes this year to the AP exams, the biggest being that the exams ordering deadline is November 8th, and any exams added or removed after November 15th, 2019 will incur a $40 fee. This is a required change mandated by College Board.
Payment details, including payment plans, will be announced soon. Families that are on a FARMS status will have most of their AP fees waived. FARMS applications must be completed each year to get this waiver.
If you will be taking an AP Exam in a subject you don't have a class for as a "Self Study", contact Mr. Butler for a Join Code so that you can order that exam.
All students taking an AP Exam will need to submit an AP Permission Form .
Another change is that students will have more access to AP Practice and feedback resources. Click HERE to see more information on the new method for signing up for these resources. Students will receive the required "Join Codes" in their AP Classes.
Click HERE for a brochure from College Board explaining all the changes for both parents and students.
AP Test Dates and Locations
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.
Click HERE for a printable version of schedule
AP Course Overview
Click HERE to see College Board descriptions of AP Courses.
Will the College I plan to attend accept my AP Scores?
Click HERE to use a College Board tool to help answer this question!
AP Test Results
AP scores are available on online starting in early July. To get scores, students must sign into their College Board accounts by going to apscore.org
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