All exams are given the first two weeks in May. Please see the testing schedule below and plan ahead to be at your scheduled exam.
We do not allow late exams for students who will be on vacation during the testing window the first two weeks of May, unless we are already proctoring a late exam for a student with an approved reason for late testing.
Please see College Board's Late Testing Policy on the "Late Testing" tab above.
Click here for a printable version of the schedule.
Below are circumstances when late testing is allowed without incurring an additional fee. Any other reasons for late testing will incur an additional late-testing fee of $40 per exam*.
*We do not allow late exams for students who have scheduled vacations during the original testing window, unless we are already proctoring a late exam for a student with an approved reason (listed below) for late testing.
Conflict with IB or Cambridge exam
Conflict with nationally, province-, or state-mandated test
Disabilities accommodations issues
Emergency: bomb scare or fire alarm
Emergency: serious injury, illness, or family tragedy
High school graduation
Language lab scheduling conflict
School closing: election, national holiday, or natural disaster
You can earn college credit at universities across the nation if you pass the end-of -year AP exam with a score of 3 or higher. Even if you only score a 1 or 2, you are more likely to score higher on your next AP exam, and more likely to attend college and graduate on time.
Taking an AP class prepares you for the rigor of college-level work and helps you develop personal and academic skills that will benefit you through high school and beyond. It will help make your transition from high school to college easier.
It looks good on your transcript! AP courses on your transcript show colleges that you are persistent, resilient, and willing to work hard academically.
Save time and money. With the credits you earn from AP classes, you may be able to skip some introductory courses in college. This can free up time in your schedule and may help you graduate earlier (and also pay less tuition!).
See the College Board's website for information about transferring your AP credit and to find AP credit policies by college.