AP Exams are May 2 - May 13, 2022.
Morning exams begin at 8:00 (students are expected to arrive at 7:30, directions will be read at 7:45); afternoon exams begin at 12:30 (students are expected to arrive at noon). It is critical that you are on time and in your assigned seat. Some students will have both morning and afternoon tests, so it is essential that testing begins on time. Afternoon exams may end after 4:15.
Backpacks, purses, bookbags, etc. are not allowed in the testing rooms.
Food and drink is not allowed in the testing room.
Cell phones, iPads, iPods, MP3 players, or any other electronic devices (including wearable internet-accessible tech of any kind) are not allowed in the testing room. You will be dismissed from the test if you have any prohibited item (including books, correction fluid, highlighters, dictionaries, scratch paper, watches that beep or have an alarm).
WHAT TO BRING:
- Several #2 pencils and erasers (no mechanical pencils)
- Pens with black or dark blue ink
- A watch that does not make noise (optional)
- Calculator (for Biology, Calculus AB and BC, Chemistry, Physics 1 & 2, Physics C, and Statistics). Find the calculator policies and list of authorized calculators at apstudent.collegeboard.org/apcourse (select the course, the click “calculator policy” on the right)
- A ruler for Physics.
If you have previously been approved for testing accommodations on a CollegeBoard exam (AP, PSAT, SAT), those accommodations are still in place. If you need to request accommodations from CollegeBoard, you can start that process here. Questions about testing with accommodations can be directed to counselor Caty Broderick (email@example.com), who coordinates AP exams for students testing with accommodations.
Other questions can be directed to AP Coordinator Heidi Sauer (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Counseling Office.