2019/2020 AP EXAMS -- May 4-15, 2020
Registration deadline - October 25, 2019.
Big Changes to Advanced Placement Exam Registration 2019-2020
This year there are several big changes to AP registration including online registration, fall registration, and a $2 fee increase. Students who wish to take the AP exam must register by October 25, 2019. (Except for AP US Government, which meets only spring semester and has a registration due date of February 15, 2020.) Registration after these dates but before March 5, 2020 will incur an additional $40 late fee.
Two steps to AP registration:
- Students who wish to take an AP exam must first create a College Board account online and enroll in the course related to the test that they wish to take. Most students have already completed this step.
- Students complete their registration in one of two ways: by paying the fees assigned on Revtrak, or by having these fees waived by contacting Jessica Zoubek (email@example.com) in the office and notifying her of eligibility for free/reduced lunch.
The final big change for AP 2019-2020 was an eleventh-hour adjustment to the exam fee. While the College Board kept fees the same, the Minnesota Department of Education sent an email on September 10, notifying schools that there would be a $2 reduction in the subsidy for each test. Because high schools in the district had already begun collecting fees, students who paid the original exam fee on Revtrak will see a new $2 fee which must also be paid before October 25. Students who hadn’t yet paid had their fee changed to $56, the new cost of the test.
Students with disabilities who need testing accommodations should contact Anne Bartus (firstname.lastname@example.org) before the registration deadline
Questions about registering for an AP Exam? Please email the AP Coordinator, Shane Noecker (email@example.com).