• AP Exam Registration Directions

    Please note: AP students at Century are responsible for registering for all of the AP Exams they will be taking in May. Teachers, counselors, and/or AP coordinators do not register students for the exams. Students will have the option to register for exams during class on January 16. Students who do not register at that time must complete registration by March 1st; late registration will not be accepted. All payments must be finalized by March 4th in order to complete registration.

     

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR AN AP EXAM

     

    If you have trouble with registration, follow the steps below:

    1. Go to https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/350159 
    2. Enter personal email address, student’s first name, and student’s last name. Click “Next”.
    3. Finish creating an account by entering requested information. Click “Next”.
    4. All Century students should select “Yes” to question “Are you a student enrolled at Century High School?” Homeschool students may select “No”. Click “Next”.
    5. Fill in all student information as requested. Pay special attention to the following:
      1. Question: “Are you qualified for the Federal Free or Reduced Lunch Program?”
        1. If you receive free or reduced lunch at the school, you need to answer “Yes” to this question. Answering yes will place you in an approval queue where Mrs. Sailer will confirm free/reduced status. Students who receive free/reduced lunch are eligible for reduced exam fees.
      2. Question: “WAIVER ELIGIBILITY: Will you be taking any AP Exams in Math, Science, English, or Computer Science this year?”
        1. This question determines your eligibility for the state subsidy that waives a portion of the AP Exam fee. All students taking AP Exams in Math, Science, English, and Computer Science are eligible for this waiver, but you must answer “Yes” to the question. When you answer “Yes”, you will be placed in an approval queue where Mrs. Sailer will confirm your eligibility and award the appropriate amount of waivers. Students can receive up to 4 waivers during their high school career. The first waiver is a full waiver (or $94 off) and the next 3 are half waivers (or $47 off). You will not be considered for a waiver if you do not answer “Yes” to this question.
      3. Question: “How many AP Exams have you taken in Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Chemistry, Computer Science A, Computer Science Principles, English Language, English Literature, Physics, and Statistics?”
        1. Provide the number of exams you’ve taken in the subjects listed above.   
      4. Question: “Are you eligible for testing accommodations?         
        1. Students who are eligible for accommodations should have already been contacted by Mrs. Sailer or the AP teacher. If you have not been approached on this subject, but you have an IEP or 504 Plan in place, you need to select “Yes” in order to be considered for accommodations.
      5. When all fields have been entered, click on “Next”.
    6. Enter parent/guardian information as requested. Instead of “Work Phone” at the bottom, you can use a cell or home phone instead. When finished, click “Next”.
    7. On this page, you will select all of the AP Exams you wish to take this year. You may register for all exams in one order. Check the box for the subject and select the corresponding teacher for the given subject. If you are a homeschool student, you may select a teacher’s name even if you do not go to school at Century. In rare cases, a student may wish to take an exam not offered here at Century. If you wish to do this, answer “Yes” to the question “Would you like to take an AP exam not listed above?” Most students will answer “No” to this question. Click “Next”.
    8. If you are not sure if or where you’ll be going to college, select “No”. Only select “Yes” if you are absolutely certain you will be attending that college next year. If you decide on a college by Exam Day, you will be able to select a college at that time.
    9. If you are requesting a waiver for free/reduced lunch or for the state subsidy in Math, Science, English, or Computer Science, you will be directed to a page asking you to wait on making a payment. If you are not requesting any waivers or subsidies, you will be asked to pay now by credit card or pay later by credit card or check/cash. If you wish to pay with a check or cash, you will need to bring that to Mrs. Mowder or Mrs. Sailer in the counseling office.