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AP EXAM REGISTRATION INFORMATION SPRING 2014. AP EXAMS – SPRING 2014 Bullet for AP Students and Parents Inside front cover – please read the information.

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2 AP EXAMS – SPRING 2014 Bullet for AP Students and Parents Inside front cover – please read the information on how your information and scores are reported and the use of your Social Security number. We DO NOT encourage you to provide your SSN. Repeat test takers – you MUST fill out your information exactly as you did in prior years. If you used your middle name, you must continue to do so. Look at your score report from last year to refresh your memory. We will have that information available in B207, too. P. 2 – info on earning potential college credit as well as the requirements for the different AP Scholar awards. P. 2 – The fee for each AP exam is $89. BUT, the State of MN funds part of the exam cost so your fee will only be $45/exam. The State completely covers the exam fees for those on Free/Reduced lunch.

3 AP EXAMS – RULES AND REGULATIONS P. 3 – Cell phone/electronic device policy. You will not be allowed to have your cell phone with you, even in your backpack, during AP exams. All electronic devices will be “bagged and tagged” as you enter the testing room. Cell phones must be powered off (not silenced) and turned over to the proctor of the testing room. You will not be allowed access to these devices until you are dismissed from the exam room at the end of testing. Violation of the cell phone/electronic device policy will result in immediate removal from the testing room, College Board will be notified and your test will be canceled. Those violating the policy are putting the entire WHS AP program in jeopardy when choosing to ignore the rules and it will not be tolerated. Please read page 4 of the bulletin so you understand the consequences of testing misconduct. Page 5 – “What Not to Bring to the Exam Room”

4 GETTING YOUR AP EXAM SCORES ONLNE SCORE REPORTS! P. 8 gives you all of the information you need on score reporting. If you don’t get your score report by the middle of July, you probably “misbubbled” your information! BE CAREFUL when completing the pre- administration materials at the start of each exam.

5 2014 AP EXAM SCHEDULE Week 1Morning 8 a.m.Afternoon 12 noon Monday, May 5 Chemistry Environmental Science Psychology Tuesday, May 6 Computer Science A Spanish Language Art History Wednesday, May 7 Calculus AB Calculus BC Chinese Language and Culture Thursday, May 8 English Literature and Composition Japanese Language and Culture Latin: Vergil Friday, May 10 English Language and Composition Statistics Studio Art Studio Art—last day for Coordinators to submit digital portfolios (by 8 p.m. EDT) and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for the physical portfolio assembly Teachers should have forwarded students' completed digital portfolios to Coordinators before this date.

6 2014 AP EXAM SCHEDULE Week 2Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 noon Afternoon 2 p.m. Monday, May 132 Biology Music Theory Physics B Physics C: Mechanics Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Tuesday, May 13 United States Government and Politics French Language and Culture Human Geography Wednesday, May 15 German US Hisotry European History Thursday, May 16 Macroeconomic World History Microeconomics Italian Language and Culture Friday, May 17 Compartive Gov Spanish Literature

7 2014 AP EXAM SCHEDULE If any of your AP Exams are scheduled on the same date and time, it will be noticed on your registration and you will be called down to schedule a “late exam”. Late exams are given the week of May 19 h. You do not need to worry about the conflict as you are registering. It will be taken care of at a later date. It does not matter if you have 2 tests on the same day if one is in the morning and one is in the afternoon. You must take all exams as scheduled. DO NOT REGISTER FOR BOTH CALC AB AND CALC BC! If you took both Calc AB and Calc BC this year, you register for the BC exam. If you took only the first semester of Calculus, you register for the Calc AB exam. See Mrs. Iverson or your Calc teacher if you have questions.

8 REGISTERING FOR AP EXAMS The registration window will opened on February 1 st. A link under “AP Registration” will take you to the Total Registration page. Students – PLEASE work together with your parents to complete the registration process to ensure the AP exam ordering is accurate. It is your responsibility to make sure you have requested the correct exams. NEW THIS YEAR – Mandatory Pre-Administration Session. Every AP student must attend 1 of 2 possible sessions to complete the pre-bubbling. This will save 30- 45 minutes in each test session. We will walk through the registration process using the website.

9 REGISTERING FOR AP EXAMS You must register AND PAY by March 26 th to pay only $45/exam. Registration will close on March 26 th and will remain closed through Spring Break. From April 7-16 th : Each AP exam will be $100 and F/R lunch students will be required to pay $55. Fees go up at this time to cover the rush shipping charges incurred by CollegeBoard. After April 16 th it is no longer possible to order exams from College Board. The exam registration site is open for 10 ½ weeks! There is no excuse for not getting this taken care of by March 26 th !!! QUESTIONS? Stop in B207 any time and we will help you out!

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