AP EXAM REGISTRATION: CHARTING A PATH
At Antelope High School, we ask all AP students to commit to taking the course exam to boost their chance of earning a score that translates to college credit. Through extensive research, College Board and representatives for the Advanced Placement Program found that students who register for exams in the fall term instead of the spring term increased their scores of 3 or above across all significant groups. Click on the link below to find out more about the research behind fall term registration and your Student’s To-Do List:
FALL AP COURSE REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND PAYMENT PLAN
FALL COMMITMENT Students enrolled in fall AP courses will sign up for those prospective AP Exams in the fall. If you are enrolled in an AP class that doesn’t start until after the fall deadline, you will receive a different spring deadline for registering for those courses. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO REGISTER FOR YOUR SPRING AP EXAMS NOW.
IMPORTANT DATES AND FEES FALL 2019
Fall AP Course Registration
Register for fall course AP exams by October 3, 2019 through https://myap.collegeboard.org/
$94 per exam
$40 deposit per exam due by November 1, 2019 by 3pm PST (remaining $54 due by March 6, 2020, 3pm PST)**
($10 deposit per exam due for students who qualify for free and reduced lunch program)*
Exam ordered after fall deadline
$94 per exam + $40 registration fee
(See note regarding students who qualify for free and reduced lunch program)*
Unused/ canceled exam
Exam canceled or not taken by the student after the registration deadline
$40 fee per canceled or unused exam
*Students qualifying for free and reduced lunch program pay a fee of $10 for each AP exam taken. Students and families understand that if the student fails to use the exam ordered or cancels the exam after the registration date, the full $40 per exam fee will be charged to the student. Not sure if you qualify for the free and reduced program? See Mrs. Odd in the main office for more information.
**Interested in a payment plan for your AP exam fees?
Click on the link below and complete the information provided. You will receive an individual payment plan designed for your needs to cover the remaining fee costs for your AP exams. If you have additional questions about any of this, please see Mrs. Stanley in L203/L209 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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