AP Testing Information


  • AP Exam Registration and INFORMATION!

    Taking the Advanced Placement exams is an important part of all AP courses.  Carroll High/Senior High School desires that all students take AP exams for the AP classes that they have taken.  Scoring well on an AP exam can often earn students college credit for their high school class, saving a significant amount on tuition.

    Registration for the 2019 AP Exam Administration opens January 8, 2019
    Register by 11:59 pm on February 17, 2019 to avoid late fees.

    Regular Registration: January 8 - February 17, 2019 - Cost per exam $98

    February 18 - February 24, 2019 – register online with a $15 per exam late fee (Cost per exam $113)

    LATE Registration: February 25 – March 3, 2019 ending midnight – register online with a $65 per exam late fee (Cost per exam $163)

    NO REGISTRATIONS AFTER MARCH 3!

    Register for exams: AP Exam Registration
    (https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/442963

    If you are unable to order an exam using a credit card or debit card, you may print your completed order form and follow the directions on it to mail in registration via check or money order.

    REFUNDS

    Students who cancel an exam through Total Registration by Wednesday, March 6, 2019, are entitled to a refund of the exam fee minus a cancellation fee of $20 (per exam cancelled).  Late fees are nonrefundable.
    After Wednesday, March 6, 2019, there are NO refunds.


    IMPORTANT INFO:

    Download and read the Bulletin for AP Students and Parents 2018-2019.  Specifically read the Test Security & Administration and Getting Ready for Exam Day sections pages 3-6.


    CARROLL HIGH AP EXAM CALENDAR 2019
    Dates / AP Test / Time / Tentative Location

    Week 1


    Monday May 6                   
    US Government & Politics - 8 am 
    Environmental Science - 12 pm 
    Chinese Language & Culture - 12 pm 

    Tuesday May 7                   
    Spanish Language & Culture - 8 am 
    Japanese Language & Culture - 12 pm 
    Physics 1: Algebra based - 12 pm 

    Wednesday May 8                   
    English Literature & Composition - 8 am 
    European History - 12 pm 
    French Language & Culture - 12 pm 

    Thursday May 9                   
    Chemistry - 8 am 
    Spanish Literature & Culture - 8 am 
    German Language & Culture - 12 pm 
    Psychology - 12 pm 

    Friday May 10                   
    US History - 8 am 
    Physics 2:  Algebra based- 12 pm
    Computer Science Principles - 12 pm 
    Studio Art - Online


    Week 2


    Monday May 13                   
    Biology - 8 am 
    Physics C: Mech. - 12 pm 
    Physics C E&M - 2 pm 

    Tuesday May 14                   
    Calculus AB - 8 am 
    Calculus BC - 8 am 
    Art History - 12 pm 
    Human Geography - 12 pm 

    Wednesday May 15                   
    English Language & Comp - 8 am 
    Macroeconomics - 12 pm 

    Thursday May 16                   
    World History - 8 am
    Statistics - 12 pm 

    Friday May 17                   
    Microeconomics - 8 am 
    Music Theory - 8 am 
    Computer Science A - 12 pm 
    Latin - 12 pm 


    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

    Where do I get an admission ticket?

    • Students do not need admission tickets to enter the AP Exam testing facilities. However, each student does need a current picture id, such as a school ID or a driver's license. 

    What may I bring with me to the exam room?                     

    • Current picture ID
    • A calculator, if applicable and batteries
    • May use a stopwatch but it may not have an alarm (even if on a watch) that sounds
    • May bring water and snacks (labeled with student’s first/last name) for breaks or between exams
    • May NOT bring into the exam room: any type of backpack or bag, including purses; NO electronic communication device ie: iPods, MP3 players, smartwatches, cell phones, iPad, etc. NO highlighters. 

    When do I need to report to the testing room?

    • Exams starting @ 8:00am, students need to arrive no later than 7:30am; exams will begin promptly at 8:00am
    • Exams starting @ 12:00pm, students need to arrive no later than 11:45am; exams will begin promptly at 12:00pm
    • Anyone arriving late will not be allowed to test (some exams have 200-300 students, it is imperative everyone is on time and arrives early)
    • Students taking 2 exams in one day (morning and afternoon) need to bring a sack lunch to eat between test sessions 

    How do I know when the exam is?

    What if I have more than one exam scheduled for the same day and same time? What if I have two exams scheduled on the same day?

    • College Board makes provisions for students who would like to register to take two exams that are scheduled at the EXACT same time and date. Please email jill.coates@southlakecarroll.edu
    • You will not be eligible for late testing if you are taking two exams back to back (i.e. one in the morning and one in the afternoon). 

    What if I decide to not take an exam? Can I get a refund?

    • Students who cancel an exam through Total Registration by Wednesday, March 6, 2019, are entitled to a refund of the exam fee minus a cancellation fee of $20 (per exam cancelled).  Late fees are nonrefundable.
      After Wednesday, March 6, 2019, there are NO refunds.

    What if I finish the exam early? Can I leave early?

    • Students may not leave the test until time is called and all examinees are excused together. 

    How do I get my AP exam scores?

    • AP Exam scores will be available July ONLY online via your College Board student account (a free account that you may already have if you have taken the SAT).
    • Register early for your College Board account, or check that you have access to it, by visiting apscore.org or https://apscore.collegeboard.org/scores
    • You will receive email notifications when scores are available.
    • To access your scores, you will need your AP Number, which you will receive on your first day of testing in your AP Student Pack. (You receive a new AP number EACH year).
    • For more information, go to https://www.collegeboard.org/ or see your guidance counselor.