• 2019 AP Exam Administration

     

    Exam Schedule

    Week 1
    Monday, May 6 at 8:00am: AP Government (US Government and Politics)
    Tuesday, May 7 at 12:00pm: AP Physics 1
    Wednesday, May 8 at 8:00am: AP English 12 (Literature & Composition)
    Thursday, May 9 at 8:00am: AP Chemistry
    Thursday, May 9 at 12:00pm: AP Psychology
    Friday, May 10 at 8:00am: AP US History
    Friday, May 10 at 12:00pm: AP Computer Science Principles

    Week 2
    Monday, May 13 at 8:00am: AP Biology
    Tuesday, May 14 at 8:00am: AP Calculus AB and BC
    Wednesday, May 15 at 8:00am: AP English 11 (Language & Composition)
    Thursday, May 16 at 12:00pm: AP Statistics
    Friday, May 17 at 12:00pm: AP Computer Science A

     

    Preparing for Exam Day 

    • Read through the AP Student Bulletin for specific information about exam day. If you no longer have your copy, you can view the electronic version here.
    • Know when and where your exam is taking place and plan to arrive 15 minutes early.
    • Maintain healthy sleeping and eating habits leading up to the exam. 
    • If you have not already created a College Board account, consider doing so at this time. Your AP scores will be released in July through this account, so you will want to be ready to view your scores as soon as they are available. If you have created an account in the past, you do not need to create a new one.

     

    Exam Day Reminders

    • If you have an earlybird class and you are taking an 8:00am exam, you do not need to attend class that day. Your attendance will be coded "G" for Guidance and it will not count against you for finals or credit loss. 
    • Students taking an 8:00 exam may require an adjusted lunch schedule depending on the length of the exam. If you miss your normal lunch due to testing, you will be given a period to eat lunch once the exam is completed.
    • All students taking a 12:00 exam will have lunch during 4th period. Teachers have been notified. 
    • Please arrive 15 minutes early to your exam location. Late entries will not be admitted once exams have been distributed. This is Advanced Placement policy and exceptions will not be made for any reason.
    • Bring all necessary materials outlined in your AP Student Bulletin. Not every exam requires the same materials (ie: calculator or ruler) so be sure that you understand what you can and cannot bring. All students need to bring a pen with black or dark blue ink and a pencil. 
    • Leave cell phones, smart watches, and all other communication devices outside of the testing room. If you do not wish to leave these items in a vehicle or at home, you will need to leave them in the counseling office where they will be secured in a locked room for the duration of testing. You are not allowed to access any devices at any time during the exam, including during breaks. Accessing a prohibited device during the exam will result in dismissal from the exam.
    • If you plan to bring food or drink, it can only be consumed during the 10-minute break. You may not have food or drink while you are testing. Please be conscientious of students with severe food allergies and do not bring any nut products into the testing room. 
    • Students who are taking two exams in one day should be prepared to eat a quick lunch. You may want to consider bringing your own lunch with items that can be easily eaten between testing sessions. We will do everything we can to accommodate you, but you may still be looking at a short lunch break of about 15-20 minutes.