If you canceled an exam before April 17: You should have already received your refund, and you will not receive an exam e-ticket from the College Board.
Cancelling an exam after April 17: Any student who did not cancel an exam before April 17 will receive a link to the AP exam. To “cancel” an exam and receive a refund, simply ignore the AP exam link and DO NOT click on the link to the exam that the College Board sends you. It's important to note that by clicking the exam link you will be accessing the exam, and thereby the College Board will assume that you intend to take the exam. This means that if you click the link, you can no longer cancel the exam, and you will not receive a refund. Refunds for any exam not taken will be processed as soon as possible after June 8.
You have until the day of your AP exam to choose whether you wish to take the exam or not. Refunds will be provided as soon as possible after June 8 for exams not taken. If you do not intend to take your AP exam, DO NOT click on the link to the exam that the College Board sends you as it will jeopardize your refund.