2020 Morton Ranch High School AP Exam Information
Exam Registration: Registration begins on September 25, 2019 at 7:00am and ends on October 25, 2019 at 11:59pm. Students who are enrolled in an AP class during the fall semester MUST register to take AP exams by the deadline of October 25th. This includes Miller and Katy Virtual School students as well as summer 2019 KVS students.
Spring Semester Course AP Exam Registration: Registration for spring semester courses begins on January 15th, 2020 at 7:00am and ends on February 16th at 11:59pm. Students who are enrolled in a spring semester only AP class MUST register to take exams by the deadline of February 16th. This includes Miller and KVS students.
Late Registration: Late registration for full-year classes and fall semester only classes begins on January 15, 2020 at 7:00am and ends on February 16, 2020 at 11:59pm. Students who miss the fall registration window may register during this time for an additional $40 per exam. No registration will be accepted after February 16th (this includes spring semester only classes).
Cost: $98/exam. $148 for AP Capstone Exams. This year, you may make partial payments of $42 per exam plus a $2.75 convenience fee per partial payment charged by Total Registration. Final payments must be made by March 1, 2020 for summer, fall, and full year AP classes.
Free/reduced information: Students on the current MRHS free/reduced lunch list may apply for fee waivers during the exam registration process to reduce the cost of their exams. This is marked by the student in Total Registration. His/her registration will be put on hold in Total Registration until the request for a fee waiver is verified. The fee will be $25 per exam for students receiving free/reduced lunch. AP Capstone exam fee is $75. Students with special economic circumstances (free/reduced lunch) must identify that need during registration. All requests for fee waivers must be made during the registration period for the exams to ensure proper arrangements are made for the student. Students who cancel an exam or choose not to show on the day of the AP exam will be required to pay an additional $15 to cover the College Board "unused exam fee." Students will be placed on the MRHS "hold" list until payment is received.
Refunds: $54 may be refunded to seniors who have been admitted to a college and who have documentation that the college will not accept their senior year AP exam scores for credit. Refunds must be requested in writing, in the documentation attached, and given to Mr. Little in the Main Campus Counselors' office by April 15, 2020. Check with your college or university before you register. No refunds will be issued to all other students.
Exam schedule: AP exams are scheduled for the weeks of May 4-8 and May 11-15. The campus will determine the most appropriate schedule to accommodate any exam conflicts. Alternate exams are administered between May 20-22.
Accommodations: Students in need of testing accommodations must adhere to the College Board timeline for these requests. Requests must be submitted to his/her counselor no later than December 20, 2019. Contact your counselor if you have questions.
- Register and pay for AP Exams online at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/443739
- Make sure you have joined the class section on the College Board website prior to registering.
- Students who are taking an exam only and have not participated in an AP class either on campus, at Miller or through Katy Virtual School, will need to get a Join Code from the main counselors’ office prior to registration.
- Each student must use his/her own email address. Siblings may not share an email address. Important AP Exam information will be sent to the address provided.
- Answer all questions; choose and mark the correct exam.
- Have your debit or credit card ready when you register. Payment will not be accepted at MRHS.
- Registration is not complete until payment is made. Print a copy of your receipt!
- No registrations will be accepted after the deadline.
- Students enrolled in AP classes are strongly encouraged but not required to participate in AP Exams. The exam has no bearing on your high school course grade.
- By state law, scores of 3, 4 or 5 on AP exams are accepted for credit at Texas public colleges and universities. Other institutions have their own policy on awarding college credit or advanced standing.
READ the Bulletin for AP Students and Parents before taking AP Exams.
You may read it online at:
Students are responsible for checking the policy for accepting AP scores at the college or university they plan to attend. They can contact the university or visit College Board’s website for information at http://www.collegeboard.com.
Questions regarding AP exam registration should be directed to Mr. Little at email@example.com or
Greg Kraus Greg Little
Associate Principal Counselor
AP Coordinator Assistant AP Coordinator