AP Testing Information
The College Board has implemented important changes to the Advanced Placement program for the 2019-2020 school year. For more information please read the links below:
AP Testing Newsletter #4 (5/18/2020)
AP Testing Newsletter #3 (5/5/2020)
AP Testing Newsletter #2 (4/29/2020)
AP Testing Newsletter #1 (4/14/2020)
Parents Webinar - Helping Your Student Prepare for AP Exams, April 16th, 7 pm (hosted by College Board, pre-registration required via the link)
A.P. update for COVID-19 (Corona Virus)
On Friday (3/20/20), the College Board posted the latest information. It can be found in the link. https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap/news-changes/coronavirus-update.
Beginning on Wednesday, March 25th, the College Board will be launching daily video lessons. A schedule of classes, including descriptions of each lesson is available at collegeboard.org/ap-covid19-
College Board Resources
2019 AP Student/Parent Handbook
My AP Student Experience (video):
Student Directions for AP Classrooms
As per the College Board, AP Registration will commence in the fall. EHS students may begin registering for AP exams on 10/02 through 10/28 for $100 per exam. There will be an additional late registration period with associated late fees from 10/29 to 11/08. Students will be once again be going to Total Registration to register and pay for all exams. For additional information regarding AP Registration, please view the following letter. Registration Quick Link: www.TotalRegistration.
AP Potential feedback will now be available to students online in My College Quickstart.
- View their current level of readiness for 23 different AP exams
- Get recommendations for AP courses related to their intended major
- See which AP exams were offered at your school last year
You can access the same data at www.collegeboard.org/appotential.
For more information about My College QuickStart, go to www.collegeboard.org/psattools
Questions? E-mail email@example.com.