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AP Students and Parents, 
 
You’ve worked hard to get to this moment, and now you’re only weeks away from our first at-home AP Exams. The College Board has developed a range of resources to help you succeed through this new process.   AP Exams will be given from May 11-22. Make-up test dates will be available for each subject from June 1-5. Each subject’s exam will be taken at the same time worldwide. We recommend testing during the first testing window.

 

Week of April 27th 

  • Log into your MyAP account: https://myap.collegeboard.org/login?SFMC_cid=EM303130-&rid=159316336.  It's important to remind yourself of the email address and cell phone number you have asked College Board to use.  If you would like, you can change the email address you originally put in your profile.  Two days before each exam, AP students will receive an email with a personalized e-ticket that will include their eight character AP ID code.  If an AP student still doesn't receive the email, they'll be able to access their e-ticket directly through MyAP (Link Above).  
 
  • AP Online Classes and Review Sessions are now on YouTube! You can now access free, live AP review lessons, delivered by AP teachers from across the country. These optional, mobile-friendly classes are designed to be used alongside work assigned by your school.  https://www.youtube.com/user/advancedplacement 
 
    • AP Online Classes and Review Sessions on YouTube will enable you to complete the few remaining topics of each AP course, and then focus on review for the course. 
    • In AP Classroom you’ll see a new Optional Student Practice section that includes the most relevant free-response questions to help you practice the concepts and skills you’ll be tested on in May 2020.  
    • You can take these exams on any device you have access to—computer, tablet, or smartphone—or you can submit a photo of your handwritten work.  
    • As usual, 2020 AP Exams will be scored by our network of college faculty and AP readers and reported on a 1–5 scale. 
    • We plan to release scores as close to the usual July time frame as possible.  
    • We're confident that the vast majority of higher education institutions will award credit as they have in the past. We've spoken with hundreds of institutions across the country who support our solution for this year's AP Exams.  Admissions officers from across the country offer words of encouragement to AP students in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIYgobKJbRQ&feature=youtu.be&SFMC_cid=EM303130-&rid=159316336 
 

Week of May 11th 

  • If you are taking the AP Spanish Language Exam - You must download the exam app!  You will receive an email from College Board that week with directions and additional information when the app becomes available.  

 

2020 AP Exam Format 

    • The 2020 AP Exam administration will be delivered in a 45-minute online exam for each course. You will not be required to use free-response booklets for these shortened exams.  
    • This year’s exams will cover skills and concepts learned through early March. 
    •  Most 2020 AP Exams will have 1–2 free-response questions, each question timed separately. You can take them online or hand-write answers and submit a photo.  See more about your specific course here: https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students/taking-ap-exams/ap-exam-schedule

 

  • You may not consult with others. A comprehensive and strict set of protocols to prevent and detect cheating is in place, including but not limited to: 
    • You will be required to verify your identity and confirm the work is your own on exam day. 
    • Your work will be provided to your teachers after the exam. 
    • Plagiarism detection software will be used on every exam submitted. 

 

A video with this information is below.   Please reach out to me or your teachers with any questions.  Best of Luck to all!!

 

Thank you,  

Ms. Connor 

Advanced Placement

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