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     AP Coodinator:  Vanessa Amaturo, vamaturo@ebnet.org



    Update as of 4/29: All AP Students should review the AP Testing Guide which contains pertinent information that students will need to know regarding how they will upload their reponses, the exam format, how to prepare for exam day and more.


    • For the 2020 AP exams, students will take a 45 minute exam online consisting of free-response questions only. View all COVID19 updates HERE.

    • Know the 2020 Exam Schedule (Dates: May 11-22, Make-ups: June 1-5, 12PM, 2PM or 4PM exams)

    • Review Course Specific Exam Details for details regarding which exams you are registered for

    • Review Exam Security/Test Day Protocols. Exams are open notes, be mindful of consequences for cheating and plagiarism

    • Review the FAQ Page for AP Exam questions you may have.
    • Students will be emailed exam credentials to log in to their exam on exam day to the email they provided in AP College Board

    • Check your AP Collegeboard Account to ensure you are using your PERSONAL EMAIL ADDRESS that you frequently check as this is where you will receive the ticket to acces your exam.

      • Log into your AP account at apstudents.collegeboard.org

      • Click on your name in the top right corner

      • A menu will appear where it will say "Hello, your name!"

      • At the bottom of that menu you will see "account settings" in smaller print, click this

      • It may ask you to enter your password again

      • Scroll down to the email address field and make sure your email is correct

    • You can also send a free score to the college you plan to attend next year (seniors). To list the college you would like to have your scores sent to for free (applicable for seniors who have committed to a college only):

      • Log into your AP account at apstudents.collegeboard.org

      • Click on "My AP Profile" (off to the right)

      • Click on the "Score Send" tab

      • Type in the College you are attending in the search bar and select it when it appears

      • Click "save"

    • It is also important that you have the correct high school listed in your account. To do this:

      • Log into your AP account at apstudents.collegeboard.org

      • Click on "My AP Profile" (off to the right)

      • Click on the "Registration" tab 

      • You will then see "School you Attend" and please ensure this accurately reflects the HS that you attend (for EBHS, the code is 310283). If you do not attend EBHS, you can type if your school's name to look it. Make sure this is accurate

      • Scroll to bottom and click "save"

    • If you have questions regarding AP Accommodations you have been approved for, visit here for information on how you will receive these accommodations. Extended time will be embedded into the timing of the exam.
    • Students will be able to take these streamlined exams on their Lenovo device for the exam. If you are having WiFi connectivity issues, please email Ms. Amaturo at vamaturo@ebnet.org.  

     As additional information becomes available from CollegeBoard, AP students and parents will be notified via the email provided in Total Registration. Please continuous check the email provided to Total Registration for important exam updates leading up to exam day.


    Instructional Support 

    Information about the reduced scope of content that will be covered on each 2020 AP Exam is currently posted on AP Central®The specific test dates and the free-response question types will all be posted by April 3. Collegeboard will also unlock any relevant free-response questions in AP Classroom for digital use so students can access all practice questions of the type that will appear on the exam. 

    Beginning on Wednesday, March 25, students and teachers can attend free, live AP review courses, delivered by AP teachers from across the country. These mobile-friendly classes are: 

    • Designed to be used alongside work that may be given by schools. 
    • Will be recorded and available on-demand so teachers and students can access them any time. 
    • Not dependent on current AP teachers continuing instruction. 
    • Will focus on reviewing the skills and concepts from the first 75% of the course. There will also be some supplementary lessons including topics from the final 25% of the course. 


    AP Registration for the 2020 exams is closed.