AP Registration has begun for the 2021-22 school year. Two steps need to be completed for registration:
Students must register using an exam code on the College Board website. Students will be given exam codes from their AP teachers to register for the exam on the College Board website under their MyAP accounts. If a student has previously taken the SAT or an AP exam, they already have a MyAP account and will need to sign into it to register. Here is a link to the MyAP login site https://myap.collegeboard.org/login.
If you are an exam-only student, please see the virtual commons page on canvas with the exam code you need to register.
November 8, 2021
||AP Exam on-time registration on MyAP and payment on Total Registration
| January 18, 2022
||Deadline for Requesting Accommodations to use on the AP Exams (Complete this process with your school counselor)
| March 8, 2022
||Late Registration Ends on MyAP and Total Registration
| April 4, 2022
||Last day to request a refund. This refund will be the exam fee minus the $40 cancellation fee and late fee (if applicable) from College Board.
Any further questions, please contact AP Coordinator, Nicole Jansen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginning in the 2020-21 school year, the AP Program is introducing new resources and processes designed to help students.
Here’s what you and your student need to know:
- Students will be asked to register for AP Exams in the Fall. AP Exams will continue to be given in May. See the AP exam schedule for 2020-21 here.
- The exam fee is increasing by $1 this year. There will be a $40 fee for late registration and there is no fee to cancel the exam this year.
- To get ready for the coming school year, each student wanting to take an AP exam is required to sign up for a College Board account. All College Board programs are connected through one account, so if your student created one for the PSAT/NMSQT, SAT, or College Board Opportunity Scholarships, they are all set. They will just need to have their username and password available. They will use this account to register for exams and access classroom resources. Please make sure that your account is up to date and the account is in your name and not a parent’s name.
- Join the class and register for the exam through their College Board account.Each student will receive the class code from their teacher. (If not registered for the class, please see below)
- Register and pay for the exams on Total Registration starting January 4th- March 8th.
- Verify that you have put in information for testing approved accommodations.
- If you believe you qualify for accommodations, please apply for testing accommodations with counselors if you have not been previously granted accommodations with the College Board. This needs to done by January 15, 2021.
Not Enrolled in a Class: Students not registered for a class will need to go to the library canvas page to get the join code. Home school students, please email Ms. Jansen for the code information email@example.com.
AP Payment- Due by March 8th
AP exam payment registration is now open. Please use the following website to pay for the exams TotalRegistration.net/AP/480500. The exams increased by $1 this year. Payments need to be completed by March 8th for the student to take the exam. If there is a need for a financial scholarship, please contact our bookkeeper, Mrs. Pfeifle, at firstname.lastname@example.org to fill out the financial scholarship form and mark it on the registration website you are requesting scholarship assistance. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Jansen at email@example.com.
Accommodations for AP exams
If you have a documented disability, you may be eligible for accommodations when taking the PSAT/SAT/AP testing. Some available accommodations include extended time, extra and extended breaks, and reading and seeing accommodations (for example, large-type or Braille test books). A student on a 504 plan or has an IEP must submit approval to receive accommodations on these important tests; they are not guaranteed just because you have a 504 plan or IEP.
Approval Is Required
Accommodations must be approved by the College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities for students taking the PSAT (as well as other College Board assessments including, but not limited to: the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, and AP Exams). There is a form to fill out and needs to be submitted weeks before these important tests.
It can often take about seven weeks for an accommodations request to be processed. Please fill out these two forms for ACT or College Board (PSAT/SAT and AP Exams).
The Deadline for AP Exams is earlier than 7 weeks and needs to be submitted by January 18th. See your school counselor early to start the process with plenty of time to spare. Your counselor will submit a request to the College Board Services for Students with Disabilities.