PPS Registration Deadline: February 15, 2019
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Can I change when I take the exam? Exam dates/times are set by The College Board. AP Exams must be taken only at the times established by The College Board. Occasionally, situations arise that prevent a student from being able to take their AP exam on the regularly scheduled day/time. Please speak with your school’s AP Coordinator if you need further clarification. Click here for the 2019 Exam Calendar.
How do I register and pay for the 2019 AP Exams? You must register for each AP exam you intend to take. The deadline for registering and paying is February 15, 2019 at midnight, PST. To place your order, click here.
You will register for your AP exams via this website. All students must complete the online form.
Is there financial aid available for the 2019 AP exams? Some students may qualify for a reduction or waiver of AP exam fees. If you qualify for free or reduced price lunch, or if you are having difficulty paying for your AP exams, check with your high school’s AP Coordinator.
What if I have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 plan? The College Board must approve any changes or modifications to the AP exam administration. Students with a current IEP or 504 Plan who wish to receive testing modifications must contact their high school counselor ASAP. They will work with you to file the appropriate paperwork with College Board to allow testing modifications before the February 22 filing deadline. Students approved to test with an accommodation will take their AP Exam at their school.
Please note that College Board may take up to 4-6 weeks to grant approval for modifications. If you do not make the request to seek modifications in a timely manner, you may not get College Board approval.
What if I have two AP exams at the exact date and time? If you would like to register for two exams offered at the exact same date and time should complete the registration form fully and submit payment. The student will be contacted by AP Test Service to alert them which of the two AP Exams they have been assigned to take during the week of May 22-24, 2019. Assignments will be made based on numbers and space/proctor availability. Please see your high school AP Coordinator immediately to get information on alternate (or late) testing. You will not be assessed a $45 late fee for exams offered at the exact date and time.
Can I take an exam as a “Walk-in” (showing up on exam day to register and test)? Students who have not registered for an AP Exam by the February 15 deadline, will not be allowed to take an AP exam.
What if I can’t take the AP Exam on the offered date? The College Board makes provisions when students are not able to take the AP Exam on its regularly scheduled date/time. In some cases, a $45 fee will be assessed for each exam taken on an alternate date/time. Please see your high school AP Coordinator for details.
Where do I report for my AP Exam(s)?
For exam day reporting information and more click on AP Exam Test Site Information below.
What am I allowed to bring to the exam site?
College Board has strict regulations regarding what is allowed in the testing room and what is NOT approved and may lead to invalidating your score (and the score of others.) Please read carefully through the regulations posted on AP Exam General Information and Policies.
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