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    1) AP Exam Makeup Requests: Students have until Sunday, May 24th by 3:00pm to submit a request for a make-up exam if they experienced interruptions or technical difficulties. Here is the link you need to request a makeup exam: https://education.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1B9R7XJa9dXaQBv?SFMC_cid=EM314946-&rid=80431895 If they have already requested the makeup, you do NOT need to do this again. 
    2) Makeup AP Exams: AP students who requested a makeup exam will be notified by the College Board via email on May 28. AP students who have been scheduled for a makeup exam will automatically receive an email containing their unique makeup exam e-ticket two days prior to each of their exams. Makeup exams will be held June 1-5. Here is the link to the makeup exam schedule: https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students/taking-ap-exams/ap-exam-schedule?SFMC_cid=EM314946-&rid=80431895#makeup



    AP Makeup Testing Request Form is for any student who attempted to test and was unable to complete their exam


    AP Exam Security and Testing Rules Video




    2020 AP Testing Guide - If you are taking the at-home exam, you MUST read this guide in its entirety


    EXAM DAY CHECKLIST - Print this out and go through the checklist for each of your exams


     AP Exam Walkthrough Video


    World Languages Testing Guide Spanish, French, and Japanese


    World Languages (Spanish, French Japanese) Walkthrough VIDEO


    Telephone Message Text/Links sent on May 9, 2020



    AP Students: You must read the 2020 AP Testing Guide, the Exam Day Checklist, and you must watch the AP exam walkthrough video. All three links are highlighted in red above. The 2020 AP Testing Guide provides all of the necessary information you need to know about in order to successfully take your exam. 


    Please be advised that you will receive an email with your e-ticket for each exam that you are registered to take two days before each exam. On exam day, you’ll need this e-ticket to check in to your exam. You can also access your e-ticket in your MY AP student account by going to myap.collegeboard.org. You will also receive an exam confirmation email on May 4 with your AP ID and a list of the exams you’re registered for.


    Each subject’s exam will be taken simultaneously worldwide. Double check with your AP teacher or parents to identify and calendar in our local testing time under Pacific Time. 


    You will also be able to Practice Submitting Your Response online through an AP Exam demo that will be available on May 4 at cb.org/apdemo. It will allow you to practice the different ways to submit your responses. If you can't connect to this demo from your planned testing device, you will not be able to access the real exam on test day. Tips on how to update your browser are available in the 2020 AP Testing Guide. Internet Explorer will not work and Google Chrome is the recommended browser to use.


    Beginning the week of May 11, if you’re taking world language exams like Spanish, French, or Japanese, download the AP World Languages Exam App. Before your exam, use the app’s practice mode to become familiar with its features, test your technology's compatibility, and check the quality of sound in your intended exam location. After you practice using the app, you must close it on your device before testing.


    Once again please spend about 30 minutes to thoroughly read through the 2020 AP Testing Guide and then complete the Exam Day Checklist for each exam you are registered to take. If you have specific questions, please reach out to your AP teachers or email me at aakhverdyan@gusd.net


    Directions to confirm your email address




    Please click on this link to read about the specifics for each exam







    Exam Dates


    Exams will be given from May 11–22.

    Makeup test dates will be available for each subject from June 1–5.

    Students can take exams at home or in schools, if they reopen.

    Each subject's exam will be taken on the same day at the same time, worldwide.


    Exam Format


    Most exams will have one or two free-response questions, and each question will be timed separately. Students will need to write and submit their responses within the allotted time for each question.


    Students will be able to take exams on any device they have access to—computer, tablet, or smartphone. They'll be able to type and upload their responses or write responses by hand and submit a photo via their cell phones.


    For most subjects, the exams will be 45 minutes long, plus an additional 5 minutes for uploading. Students will need to access the online testing system 30 minutes early to get set up.


    Certain courses—Art and Design: 2D; Art and Design: 3D; Computer Science Principles; Drawing; Research; and Seminar—will use portfolio submissions and will not have a separate online exam. All deadlines for these submissions have been extended to May 26, 2020, 11:59 p.m. ET. Teachers and students may receive separate course-specific communications.


    Students taking world language and culture exams will complete two spoken tasks consistent with free-response questions 3 and 4 on the current AP Exam. Written responses will not be required. We'll provide additional details in the coming weeks to help students prepare.


    Exam Scores and College Credit

    As usual, students' work will be scored by our network of college faculty and AP teachers, and will be reported on a 1–5 scale. We anticipate releasing scores as close to the usual July timeframe as possible.

    We're confident that the vast majority of higher ed institutions will award college credit as they have in the past. We've spoken with hundreds of institutions across the country that support our solution for this year's AP Exams.


    Special Benefit for Teachers

    College Board will provide every AP teacher with their students' responses from the online exams by May 26.