AP Exam Information

  • Week 1

    Monday, May 6

    Tuesday, May 7

    Wednesday, May 8

    Thursday, May 9

    Friday, May 10


    8 a.m.


    1. Spanish Language

    1. English Literature (12th gr.)

     1. Chemistry

    1. U.S. History



    12 p.m.

    1. Environmental Science


     1. European History

    2. French Language

    1. Psychology

     1. Studio Art



    Week 2

    Monday, May 13

    Tuesday, May 14

    Wednesday, May 15

    Thursday, May 16

    Friday, May 17


    8 a.m.

    1. Biology


    1. Calculus AB

    2. Calculus BC

    1.English Language (11th gr.)


    1.Music Theory


    12 p.m.

    1. Physics C: Mechanics

    1. Human Geography 


    1. Statistics

    1.Computer Science


    2 p.m.

    1. Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism





    Registration Information:

    Registration Receipt and Payment due between March 10 to April 1, 2019.

    Cost: $94.00 per exam

    AP Exam Registration


     Frequently Asked Questions

    When do I need to report to the testing room?

    For morning exams, students need to report to the testing room at 7:30 am. For afternoon exams students need to report to the testing room beginning at 11:45 am. For security reasons, students will not be admitted to the exam room as of 8:00 am for morning exams, and 12:00 pm for afternoon exams. Late arrivals who are not admitted to the room are considered ‘no shows’ and are not eligible for refunds or make up exams.

    How do I figure out where my exam will be administered?

    Exam location information will be posted in each AP Classroom and inside the Counseling Office.

    How do I know when the exam is?

    The exam calendar is posted on the High School Counseling website page.

    What can be brought into the exam room?

    Students MUST bring pencils, pens in blue or black ink, and a calculator if applicable.

    What cannot be brought to the exam room?

    No cell phones, no smartwatches, electronic devices (other than approved calculators), purses, backpacks, highlighters, books.  No food or drink. 

    How long do the exams last?

    On average, exams last 4 - 4.5 hours (this includes approximately 30 minutes of time spent on completing identifying information, etc.) Students should notify coaches, parents, etc. accordingly since no early dismissal is possible from the exam.

    What if I decide to not take an exam? Can I get a refund?

    Refunds will not be awarded after you turn in your confirmation sheet and money. No shows are not eligible for refund.

    What if I am late?

    Students will not be permitted to the testing room late for security reasons.  Late arrivals who are not admitted to the testing rooms are considered “no shows” and are not eligible for refunds or make up exams.

    What if I finish the exam early? Can I leave early?

    Per College Board’s security regulations for exams, students may not leave the test until time is called and all examinees are excused together. If a student leaves without permission, their exam will be collected and submitted separately to College Board. Their score will be cancelled and no refund will be possible. Exams are approximately 4.5 hours. Please be prepared for the duration of the exam.

    What if I get sick and can’t make the exam?

    There are provisions for students who become sick or injured during or right before testing. If you fall ill during the exam please notify the proctor. If you are will or there is an emergency right before the exam please contact Mr. Hensel in the counseling office.

    Are there any circumstances that allow for an alternate late testing date?

    Per College Board regulations, there are some circumstances that allow for a student to take a late exam on an alternate testing date.  Depending on the circumstance, there may be a late testing fee charged.

    The following are permissible late testing reasons with no additional fee:

    • Conflict with state mandated test
    • Emergency:  bomb scare or fire alarm
    • Emergency:  serious injury, illness, or family tragedy
    • Religious holiday/observance
    • School Closing: election, national holiday or natural disaster
    • Two AP exams on the same day and time
    • Academic contest/event
    • Athletic contest/event
    • High School Graduation
    • Student Court Appearance
    • Disabilities accommodation issue

    The following are permissible late testing reasons with a $45 late testing fee:

    • Family/personal commitment
    • Ordering error
    • Other school event
    • School Closing (local decision, non-emergency)