AP Information and Updates

AP Updated Information 05/12/2020

If you are having technical difficulties:  https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students/taking-ap-exams/troubleshooting

AP Updated Information 05/05/2020

These links will be emailed to students via Total Registration this afternoon.

Helpful links BEFORE the exams:

Helpful Links for some students (not all):

Helpful links AFTER the exams:


FAQs College Board is Updating Regularly - https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/faqs/indepth-for-educators


AP Updated Information 4/29/2020

2020 AP Testing Guide

2020 AP Test: Exam Walkthrough

AP Update Information 04/27/2020

You should have received an email from College Board asking you to confirm your AP exam schedule.   This email was a test to make sure you will be able to receive access to your exams on exam days.  

If you DID receive the email but did not yet respond, please do so.  

If you DID NOT receive the email, please do the following:

1) Log into your College Board account (myap.collegeboard.org), go to Account Settings, and confirm that the email address you used for it is the same email address you are checking for the confirmation email.  (If the information in Account Settings is NOT where you would like to recieve your test day e-ticket, click Update and enter the correct email address.)

2) Confirm in your College Board settings that you've checked the box next to "Let me receive emails from College Board."

3) Log into the correct email account and check your Spam/Junk folder for the email.

4)  Check your email settings to confirm that you are able to receive emails from College Board and that collegeboard@e.collegeboard.org is on your approved senders list.

5)  If you continue to have difficulty or cannot locate the email, contact College Board's Student Help Line at 1-888-225-5427.


Previous AP Update Information

Dear AP Students:

Below you will find a summary of the most current AP exam information available at this time.  I will continue to provide updates as additional information becomes available.  At this time, the College Board advises that you simply continue to concentrate on mastering course content. Please contact me if you have any questions.

Exam schedule - For the 2019-20 exam administration only, students may take a 45-minute online exam at home.  They will have the option to choose one of two exam dates.  No exam schedule has been published thus far.  Additional information is to be made available on April 3. 

YouTube review classes - For exams, students should focus on reviewing the skills and concepts from the first 75% of their courses. The online tutorials also include lessons covering topics from the final 25% of the courses.  This is content that colleges expect students to know to earn credit and for placement but will not be tested on the exam.   These courses are available beginning Wednesday, March 25, and should be accessible from your Chromebooks.

Cancellation/unused exam fees - College Board will waive the usual $40 exam cancellation and unused exam fees.  Students should wait until the day of test administration to decide whether or not they want to take exams, as there is no penalty for deciding not to test at the last minute.  Refunds for those who do not test will be issued when testing is complete.

Ms. Kingery, MHS AP Coordinator



AP Resources

Stay informed about the College Board’s plan for AP exams this spring at https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/coronavirus-updates.  

Continue to prepare for your AP exams by participating in free, live AP review courses at https://www.youtube.com/user/advancedplacement .

The schedule of online review classes can be found at https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/ap-class-schedule-daily.pdf.