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Important Information about AP Testing

Pre-Administration Sessions: Pre-Administration Sessions are mandatory for all students who are taking any AP Exam(s). These sessions meet during PLC time on Monday in the Cafeteria starting at 1:55.

April 10- Seniors
April 17- Juniors
April 24- Sophomores and Freshman

If a student has a special circumstance that will prevent them from attending their assigned session, please
email Dr. Rebecca Sulaver at Rebecca_Sulaver@glenbard.org.
AP Testing Schedule:

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Attendance: Student attendance in PowerSchool will be marked “SF” (School Function) on the date and time
of the AP exam. Students will report directly to the exam room or bus location.

Two Exams on One Day: Students who are taking two tests in one day, should pack a sack lunch. They will
not have an opportunity to purchase a lunch. If students are testing at two different locations, we will wait to
start the second test until the students are present.

Off Campus Testing Information:
Many of our AP exams will be held at Ackerman Sports and Fitness Center in Glen Ellyn. Our school will
provide transportation.

Bus Boarding:  On the day of the exam, students who are testing at Ackerman will check in with an adult by
showing their school ID in front of the buses on Crescent Blvd. The buses will not wait for tardy students,
therefore students should plan to arrive at school with all required testing materials in their possession. Please
review the list below of what to bring or not to bring on the day of your test.

Bus Schedule:

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What Students Should Bring to the Exam:
❏ Several sharpened No. 2 pencils (with erasers)
❏ Pens with black or blue ink
❏ A watch that does not have internet access, does not beep, or does not have an alarm.
❏ Your school ID
❏ A sweater in case you feel cold while testing.
❏ Up to two approved calculators with the necessary capabilities if taking the AP Biology, AP Calculus AB
/ BC, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, or AP Statistics Exams. Visit College Board’s site
approved graphing calculators.
❏ A ruler or straightedge only if your are taking the AP Physics exam. Protractors are not allowed.
❏ A sack lunch if you are taking two exams in one day
❏ An umbrella if rain is in the forecast
What Not to Bring:
  • Electronic equipment (cell phone, smartphone, laptop, ipad, computer, etc.) recording device (iPod,
MP3 player), cameras or other photographic equipment, devices that can access the internet, and any
other electronic or communication devices.
  • Books, compasses, protractors, mechanical pencils, corrections fluid, dictionaries, highlighters, notes,colored pencils.
  • Scratch paper (notes can be made on portions of the exam booklets).
  • Watches that beep or have an alarm, or smartwatches.
  • References guides, keyboards maps or other typing instructions.
  • Computers.
  • Earplugs.
  • Clothing with subject-related information
Getting Your Scores in July
1. Sign up for a College Board account at www.collegeboard.org/register . You may
already have an account if you’ve taken an AP Exam in a prior year, registered for the
SAT, or participated in other College Board programs. Scores are only available online, so
make sure you sign up for a College Board account and are able to login successfully.

2. Check apscore.org after exams to find out when you can access your scores in July. An
email will also be sent in July to the email address you put on your answer sheet reminding
you how and when to access your scores.

3. Sign in at apscore.org using your College Board account username and password. You
may be asked to enter your AP number (the 8-digit number on the labels inside your AP
Student Pack) or your student identifier (if you included it on your AP answer sheet) to
access your scores if this is your first time viewing AP scores.

Note: Some scores take longer to process due to late testing or other special circumstances
(e.g., late arrival of testing materials or extra time needed to match your records). If your
score is delayed, this will be indicated on your online score report. Once your score has
been processed, you will receive an email letting you know your online score report has
been updated. If your scores are not available by Sept. 1, contact AP Services for Students.

Exam Tips from the Advanced Placement Program
The following AP exams — Biology, English Language and Composition, European
History, Macroeconomics, U.S. History, and World History — have a 10- or 15-minute
reading period in Section II.

Here's how the reading period works and how we think it can help:
• The time allotted for the reading period is part of the overall Section II timing.
• The reading period gives students time to read the questions and any related sources
and documents (if applicable) and to plan their responses.
• We strongly encourage students to take full advantage of this time, and we think this
will lead to thoughtful, well-organized responses.
• However, should students choose to begin writing their response before the reading
period is over, they are free to do so.

If you haven’t already
Visit https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/apcourse for detailed information about each of the AP courses and
exams. You’ll find course and exam descriptions, sample free-response questions and scoring guidelines,
study skills and test-taking tips, and more.