AP TESTING: Spring, 2020
As more information is released by The College Board, we want to keep you up-to-date of the changes as they are announced.
Our goal here is to provide a summary of what we know and how these updates will affect you at Neuqua Valley.
BEFORE YOUR EXAM DAY, DO THESE 5 THINGS
2020 AP TESTING GUIDE - Information about E-Tickets, preparing and taking the exams, and scores, credit, and placement
AP EXAM DAY CHECKLIST - Complete this checklist for each AP Exam you take in order to be prepared prior to the testing day
AP EXAM DEMO - Make sure your technology is ready to go and practice submitting responses
AP EXAM ORGANIZERS created by our teachers to help students prepare and stay organized
TEST SCHEDULE for the at-home AP Tests in 2020
LIVE AP REVIEW LESSONS offered weekly by the College Board
WORLD LANGUAGE EXAM TESTING INFORMATION - Important device and technology information (Smartphones or tablets only)
REMOVING THE GRAMMARLY EXTENSION FROM YOUR DEVICE in preparation for your AP exam
PHOTO SUBMISSION FROM AN IPHONE - Make your iPhone photos compatible with the 2020 AP Exam System
AP STUDENT MAKE-UP TEST REQUEST FORM - Click here to learn more information about requesting a make-up exam
For additional Information, see the link below:
ARCHIVED INFORMATION (March, 2020)
REGISTRATION & SCHEDULING
Test registration is closed.
AP has waived cancellation fees, but we encourage all students to remain registered and take the new exams.
At this time, there is not a calendar or schedule of when the new tests will be available to be taken.
THE ADJUSTED TESTS
AP is creating a new test experience that will include free response/short essay questions with a 45-minute time limit that will be taken online at home. There will be no multiple choices.
We do not know the rubric for these short essay questions, (we anticipate more information on April 3) and there is not currently details about students who have extended time to test and other accommodations.
Beginning Wednesday, March 25, AP will be releasing full AP courses online along with review lessons that will focus on the abbreviated units that the new tests will cover.
See the AP Student Website.
Your teacher(s) will be the best resource for you, but please remember that we are receiving and digesting the information as quickly as you are.