The deadline to register for all AP tests is Friday March 15. You can register in the Guidance Office with Ms.Trevizo.
AP Exams are your opportunity to show what you know and what you can do.
Taken each May by students all over the world, the AP Exam is the final step you take after a year of hard work in an AP class. These standardized exams are designed to measure how well you’ve mastered the content and skills of the course — a successful score could even earn you credit and advanced placement in college.
Exam Taking Guidelines
You can take as many AP Exams as you want; in fact, with the exception of the AP Capstone Diploma program, the AP Program doesn’t require you to take an AP course before taking an AP Exam.
However, there are some rules you need to know before signing up for exams:
- Calculus exams: You may not take both Calculus AB and Calculus BC within the same year.
- Exam conflicts: If two of the exams you want to take are scheduled for the same time, ask your AP coordinator for information about taking one of the exams during the late-testing period.
- Studio Art portfolio exams: You may submit more than one Studio Art portfolio exam, but each must be a different type of portfolio. You may not duplicate works or images among the portfolios and portfolios may not be combined. For example, if you want to submit a portfolio for both Drawing and 2-D Design, you will need to submit two separate portfolios with two completely different sets of artwork, and you must pay two separate fees.
- Repeating exams: You may repeat an exam in a subsequent year. If you do, both scores will be reported unless you request that one be withheld or canceled.