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WHAT STUDENTS ARE ALLOWED TO BRING
• Several sharpened No. 2 pencils with erasers for all responses on your multiple-choice answer sheet.
• Pens with black or dark blue ink for completing areas on the exam booklet covers and for free-response questions in most exams.
• Your six-digit school code if you are testing at a school different from the one you regularly. Home-schooled students will be provided with their state or country's home-school code at the time of the exam.
• A watch (in case the exam room does not have a clock that can be easily seen).
• Your Social Security number for identification purposes (optional). If you provide your number, it will appear on your AP score report.
• Up to two AP-approved calculators with the necessary capabilities if you are taking the AP Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics or Statistics Exams.
• A ruler or straightedge only if you're taking an AP Physics Exam. (Protractors are not allowed.)
• A government-issued or school-issued photo I.D. and your AP Student Pack if you do not attend the school where you are taking the exam.
• If applicable, your SSD Student Accommodation Letter, which verifies that you have been approved for extended time or another testing accommodation.
WHAT IS NOT ALLOWED
• Cell phones
• Backpacks or related personal items
• Electronic equipment: (cell phone, smart phone, tablet computer, etc.), portable listening or recording devices (MP3 player, iPod, etc.), cameras or other photographic equipment, devices that can access the Internet, and any other electronic or communication devices.
• Unapproved aids: Books, compasses, mechanical pencils, correction fluid, dictionaries, highlighters, notes or colored pencils.
• Rulers, straightedges and protractors (except as noted above).
• Scratch paper; notes can be made on portions of the exam booklets or, for Chinese Language and Culture and Japanese Language and Culture, on scratch paper provided by the proctor.
• Watches that beep or have an alarm.
• Reference guides, keyboard maps or other typing instructions.
• Clothing with subject-related information.
• Food or drink.