AP Exams have been revised to about 45 minutes each and will be taken online, at home.
AP Exams are scheduled for May 11-22, with make-up testing on June 1-5.
This year’s exams focus on content most teachers covered prior to March. So this year’s exams have been designed to honor and reward the good work students already did prior to widespread school closures.
Colleges across the country are voicing strong support for students to complete the AP experience, take the exam, and receive the college credit they deserve. Colleges are especially supportive given the uncertain financial future many families face, and the value of students entering college with credit.
Although we strongly recommend you take the exam/s you have prepared so hard for, students can opt-out of the exam if they prefer not to test this year; there will not be a $40 cancellation fee.
Students who need help with access to a device or internet can let the College Board know at http://cb.org/tech. If you are unable to do so, please let Mrs. Sprague (email@example.com) know and she will fill the form out for you.
We're working to ensure that students will have opportunities to take the SAT® to make up for this spring’s lost administrations. Today we're sharing with you that we've added a new SAT administration for Saturday, September 26, 2020. This date will be for the SAT only, in the United States and internationally, with no SAT Subject Tests™ available.
Registration for the 2020-21 SAT administrations will open the week of May 26. At that point, June registrants will be able to transfer their seat to a 2020-21 administration. All other students in the high school class of 2021 who don't have SAT scores will also have early access to register for the August, September, and October administrations. This includes students who had registered for March or May and had their registrations canceled and refunded.
Our top priorities are the health and safety of students and educators. Please note we'll only move forward with the administrations if it's safe to do so from a public health standpoint.