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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.

2019 Bulliten for Test Takers and their Parents

Each of the 38 exams has its own unique requirements; however, almost all the exams have several things in common:

  • Most exams are two to three hours long. Be prepared to tackle a challenging exam with limited breaks. Eat a good breakfast and, if you're taking more than one exam on the same day, pack lunch and snacks to keep you going.
  • The first part of the exam usually consists of multiple-choice questions. You will choose one of four or five answer choices for each question and use a pencil to bubble in your choice on your AP answer sheet. Your total exam score on the multiple-choice section is based only on the number of questions answered correctly. You won’t receive or lose points for incorrect answers or unanswered questions.
  • The second part of the exam usually consists of free-response questions that require you to generate your own responses. Depending on the exam, your responses could be in the form of an essay, a solution to a problem, or a spoken response. In most cases, you’ll be writing your response in pen in the free-response exam booklet.

 

Test Dates

Test Date Morning Test(s) (8 am) Afternoon Test(s) (12 pm)
Monday, May 6, 2019 US Government and Politics

Chineese Language and Culture

Environmental Science

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

AP Seminar

Spanish Language and Culture

Japanese Language and Culture

Physics 1: Algebra-Based

Wednesday, May 8, 2018 English Literature and Composition

European History

French Language and Culture

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Chemistry

Spanish Literature and Culture

German Language and Culture

Psycholory

Friday, May 10, 2019 United States History

Computer Science Principles

Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Monday, May13, 2019 Biology

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism (2pm)

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Calculus AB

Calculus BC

Art History

Human Geography

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 English Language and Composition

Italian Langage and Culture

Macroeconomics

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Comparative Government and Politics

World History

Statistics
Friday, May 17, 2019

Microeconomics

Music Theory

Computer Science A

Latin

Cost

Each exam costs $95 with a $25 deposit due by March 9.  There are fee reduction waivers available to students who quailify for free or reduced lunch.  Contact Mrs. Williams for more information. 

Registration

Students will register with their AP teachers in the spring.  For more information, see Mrs. Williams in the testing center.