AP Students & Parents: It is ESSENTIAL that you are checking your email during this time.
AP exams will be 45 minutes and will be taken online at home.
- You will have the opportunity to practice with the online format prior to the test.
- You will have an additional 5 minutes to upload your answers.
- You will need to access the online testing system 30 minutes early to get set up.
AP exams are scheduled for May 11-22 with some make up testing June 1-5. It is highly encouraged to take your exam on the regularly scheduled exam date in case anything goes wrong in your submission. If you test on the make up date you will not have another opportunity if there is an error. Mark your calendar or set a reminder for your exam dates and times. Exams will be at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., or 2 p.m.
This year's exam will focus on material that most teachers will have covered prior to March so focus on reviewing with your teachers. You will be sent a code that will provide you access to your exam. There will be several steps you have to take before you get to your exam. This is for exam security.
Just as you would in the traditional exam setting, you must work on the exam BY YOURSELF! Exam security measures are in place to detect cheating and if a student is found to be cheating it will be reported to any college that they send AP or SAT scores.
Students can opt-out of the exam with no penalty or late fee. NOTE: Once you cancel an exam, you cannot change your mind.
Students who need help with access to a device or internet need to let Ms. Anderson or their teacher know right away.
AP Central gives you exam-specific information on dates & times, descriptions of what you will be asked to do on the exams, exam features, scoring and security. Students can access daily online review and training on the exams at
Students with ACCOMMODATIONS approved in the College Board system will receive those accommodations on the AP Exams. You will receive an At-Home Testing Guide that outlines all exam information mid-April.