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AP Testing Update

St. Francis High School Advanced Placement (AP) students should be proud of their accomplishments this year for completing accelerated coursework. Students who were interested in taking AP exams were required to register by the deadline assigned in each AP class. Unfortunately, College Board will not allow students to register for the exams if they did not register before the deadline. This information is for students who registered by the deadline.

Photo: Standardized Test with a pencil over it

 

Preparing for your Exam

The best way to prepare for an AP Exam is to participate in your classes. It also helps set aside consistent study time, complete all assignments from your teacher, and become familiar with the exam by practicing with exam questions created by the AP Program. The AP Program releases the free-response questions for exams that have them. We also post sample student responses and scoring guidelines for past exam questions so you can see why a real exam taker got the score they did.

Start in your AP class

Ask your AP teacher to go over the exam format with you in class if they haven’t done so already.

Ask your teacher about the practice resources in AP Classroom.

AP Classroom is a suite of digital tools that teachers can use throughout the year to help you prepare for the AP Exam. The tools include progress checks with multiple-choice and free-response questions your teacher can unlock for you to receive personalized feedback on the skills and topics you’re learning in the course. Using the AP Question Bank, your teacher may also assign AP practice or released exam questions. In addition, you can access AP Daily videos that cover all course content and skills to help support your learning.

AP Classroom Resources

Once you join your AP class section online, you’ll be able to access AP Daily videos, any assignments from your teacher, and your assignment results in AP Classroom. Sign in to access them.
Updated 12/1/2020

1. Go to your course’s “Exam” page.

Visit your course page and go to About the Exam. You’ll find the exam date, details about the exam structure, and exam-taking tips. Go to the AP course index to find your course.

2. Scroll to “Exam Preparation” to find all practice materials.

You’ll find resources to help you prepare, such as questions from actual exams, scoring guidelines, and sample student responses.

 

How Do You Get CREDIT for A Course?

You have to send your scores.

To get college credit for your AP scores, must to request that the College Board send your official score report to the college of your choice. After receiving your scores, your college should notify you about any credit, advanced placement, and/or course exemptions you have earned.

Visit the AP Information Page for details

AP Exam Dates 2022

Wednesday, May 4

  • AP English Literature
    8:00 a.m.

Thursday May 5

  • AP Stats
    12:00 p.m. 

Friday, May 6

  • AP European History
    8:00 a.m.
  • AP United States History
    8:00 a.m.

Tuesday, May 10

  • AP English Language
    8:00 a.m.

Wednesday, May 11

  • AP Biology
    12:00 p.m.

For more questions on the exam schedule, please click here.


 

AP EXAM FEES

DUE MARCH 18, 2022

Each student has been assigned a fee in Infinite Campus for each AP Test they are eligible to take.
Each AP exam costs $61.

For students who are receive Educational Benefits, please fill out this document and return it to
dereck.buss@isd15.org for more information regarding payment.

Contact Dereck Buss with any questions.


 

On Exam Day

Here are some reminders:

  • Be On time (the test wont wait for you)
  • Bring a a few No.2 Pencils
  • Don't forget your AP approved calculator.
  • Eat a good breakfast