2020 AP Exam Cancelation
With the College Board changes on how AP Exams are being administered this year, we cannot cancel AP Exams in advance.
An exam E Ticket for Admission will be automatically generated for each exam* 2 days before the primary exam date. If a student does not log in to test on the primary exam date, College Board will move the exam to the makeup date for the exam in June. Two days prior to the makeup date, an E Ticket for Admission will be generated for the makeup date. If that E Ticket for Admission is not used on the makeup date, the exam will be canceled.
If a student does not take the exam on either testing date, it will be treated as a canceled exam. In that way, students can “choose to cancel” by not taking the exam.
*AP 2D Art and Design, AP 3D Art and Design, AP Drawing, and Computer Science Principles do not follow these cancelation instructions.
Additional informatmion for students in AP classes and their parents/guardians:
Here is a link to College Board's website (from 3-20-20) that explains key changes
to AP exams and AP support this year:
Some quick highlights:
-AP exams this year will be online 45-minute exams that students will take at home.
-There will be two different testing dates for each subject.
-A student already registered for an exam may cancel at no charge.
-Starting on March 25 there are free online resources at free remote learning resources. Students and teachers can attend free, live AP review courses, delivered by AP teachers from across the country.
Students should know that these free AP courses:
-Are optional, mobile-friendly, and can be used alongside any work your teacher may give you.
-Will be available on-demand, so you can access them any time.
-Will focus on reviewing the skills and concepts from the first 75% of the course. There will also be some supplementary lessons covering the final 25% of the course.
And, of course, know that our great AP teachers will be helping you along the way and that you will do well!