1. You are responsible for a $20 exam fee. IF YOU MISS THE EXAM, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ENTIRE $89 EXAM FEE.
What to do on exam day:
What to Bring to the Exam Room: You want to be prepared with items such as No. 2 pencils for your multiple-choice answer sheet, pens with black or dark blue ink for completing areas on the exam booklet covers and for free-response questions in most exams, and your government-issued or school-issued photo I.D.
What Not to Bring to the Exam Room: You don’t want to bring any electronic equipment or communication devices, like cell phones, smart phones, tablets or anything else that can access the Internet, any cameras or other photographic equipment, or even any watches that beep or have an alarm. You may not have any food or drink in the exam room, including bottled water.
A complete listing of “What to Bring to the Exam Room” and “What NOT to Bring to the Exam Room” can be found in theBulletin for AP Students and Parents.
Break" During the break between Sections I and II of your AP Exam, or during any other unscheduled breaks, you are not allowed to consult textbooks, notes, teachers or other students; and you may not use any electronic or communication devices, like your cell phone, for any reason.
Also, you may not leave the building at any time during the exam administration, including during a scheduled break.
Remember, whether it is during breaks or after the exam, you must not communicate anything to anyone, including your classmates and your teachers, about the multiple choice questions that appeared on your AP Exam.
Policies and Procedures
All AP students deserve a fair and uniform testing experience, regardless if you are taking the exam in Connecticut, California or China.
To help make this happen, the AP Program requires each and every AP student to read, agree to and follow the “Test Security and Test Administration Policies and Procedures” that appear each year in the Bulletin for AP Students and Parents.
On exam day, before you can take your AP Exam, you will be required to sign your answer sheet, indicating that you have read through and agree to follow all the policies and procedures in the Bulletin for AP Students and Parents. You will also need to sign the covers of your multiple-choice and free-response booklets, affirming statements related to the security of the exam.
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To ensure that students are prepared to access their scores, they must follow the steps outlined below. We ask that you help your students get ready, particularly those who have never taken an AP Exam before.
Please share these important steps with your students:
The score release schedule will be available at apscore.org in early May, and students will receive an email in early July at the email address they put on their AP answer sheet reminding them when they can access their scores.
Tips to Help Students Get Ready