AP Exams - May 2020



     Please refer to COLLEGE BOARD'S AP STUDENT WEBSITE for the most recent updates about AP testing, including testing schedules, test content and featuresscoringand score reporting.


    We will continue to email students and families with any information we receive from College Board, and will post important updates on this page.


    Update (4.22.20) regarding AP Exam cancellations:


    As of Monday, April 20th, College Board has taken away the ability for AP Coordinators to change orders to reflect test cancellations at this time.  Instead, they plan to send all students the test on the regular scheduled test day.  If the student does not test on the first day, they will automatically send the test again during the alternate testing period in June.  If students and parents decide that they want to cancel and get a refund, the student should simply not take the test on either date.


    Once all tests are taken, College Board will send a roster of all those students who did not test to AP Coordinators.  We will then be able to refund money for tests not taken based on that roster.  These refunds will most likely be processed in mid-June and any cancellation requests made after April 20th cannot be processed until then.  We sincerely apologize for this change in process, and want you to know that it was implemented abruptly and without our prior knowledge.  Please contact Mrs. Bagnick at lbagnick@cbsd.org with any questions, but be aware that you no longer need to send requests for AP test cancellations.