Beginning this year, AP® Exam registration will take place in the fall and AP students and teachers will have access to new instructional resources. The new instructional resources include unit guides, personal progress checks, a bank of real AP questions, and more. The College Board is also introducing new digital tools and processes. At the beginning of the school year, all AP coordinators, teachers, and students go to myap.collegeboard.org to access My AP, a personalized homepage with AP information, resources, and tools.
For AP Students . . . Students access My AP to complete AP Classroom assignments from their teachers and to register for exams. Students get individual feedback through personal progress checks and practice questions assigned by their teachers. For exam day, students will receive personalized registration labels—AP ID labels—that significantly reduce the amount of time spent bubbling information on their answer sheets.
Hudson High School prefers payments via MyPaymentsPlus; the anticipated exam fee is $94 per AP Test. We're asking that AP Exam Fees be paid in full by October 31st!
Recommended timeline from The College Board (this is new!):
By October 4, 2019: Preferred ordering deadline
Recommended deadline for the AP coordinator to submit the exam order.
By November 15, 2019, 11:59 p.m. ET: Deadline for the AP coordinator to submit the exam order.
Each exam ordered after this date (and until March 13, 2020, 11:59 p.m. ET) will incur an additional
$40 late order fee; some exceptions apply.
Exams may be canceled after this date, but $40 will be charged per exam; some exceptions apply.
By March 13, 2020, 11:59 p.m. ET: The school submits the final updates for AP Exam order
Deadline for the AP coordinator to update the exam order with any late orders and known
cancellations (fees may apply); deadline to submit the exam order for courses that start after