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Update on AP Exams

The following letter was emailed to all students registered for AP exams, and their parents and guardians, on Tuesday, April 7:

We wanted to take the time to follow-up on some information posted on the College Board’s website regarding AP Exams. To view all updates regarding AP exams, please refer to the College Board’s COVID-19 website here. Please know that we do not have additional information beyond what is on the College Board website.

Regular and Late Testing
Per College Board, the regular testing period will run from May 11-22, 2020, while the late-testing period will run from June 1-5, 2020.

All students will be scheduled to test during the regular testing period. While there have been social media posts that state students can test on either the regular test date or the make-up test date, we strongly encourage students to take the test on the original test date to maximize the chances that students successfully submit their exam without technical difficulty. In the event something should happen while taking the exam on the regular test date, the College Board then has the flexibility to possibly allow the student to take the exam on the make-up date. The College Board has made it clear that there will be absolutely no other testing opportunities beyond the make-up date, regardless of technical difficulties or other extenuating circumstances.

Technology Support
The College Board recognizes that some students may not have access to the tools and connectivity they need to take the exam. If you are a student who needs mobile tools or connectivity, please fill out this form by April 24.

Stevenson High School does not have further information than what is displayed on the College Board’s website, but we will continue to update all parents and students with information as it becomes available. For now, we expect an AP At-Home Testing Guide to become available in late April for both educators and students.

Canceling Your AP Exam
To cancel an AP exam and receive a refund, login to Total Registration ( and click the Exam Cancellation Request link.