How do I order an AP Exam?

Step 1: Activate Exam – Students must activate their exams on The College Board MyAP site by JOINing their AP® Class on the MyAP Site at https://myap.collegeboard.org To access the site, create or use a College Board Profile. You will then ‘Join’ your classes by entering a Join Code (Access Code) that will link you to your specific teacher and subject. October 7 is the deadline to activate your exam.

Step 2: Submit Exam Fees – Students with an active exam order will receive a personalized digital  on October 8 for their exam fee balance due. The invoice will be emailed to the email address linked to your College Board profile. Payment can be submitted online or via mail in – details are on the digital invoice. Deadline to submit exam fees: November 7, 2019.

⇒ Both Step 1 and 2 must be completed by November 7, 2019 to complete the exam order. Failure to complete both steps 1 and 2 by the November 7, 2019 deadline means the AP Coordinator for your school cannot submit an exam order to College Board for your and the exam will be deactivated.

Why do I need to activate an exam on The College Board MyAP System?

Starting in August 2019, College Board has launched a new system that all students join if enrolled in an AP® Course. The MyAP system provides students a variety of excellent, College Board vetted FREE resources to apply to their AP Course and AP® exam preparation. In addition, students will now JOIN the AP ®Group and complete the Registration Profile section on the MyAP website to enable custom printing of AP® exam barcode labels for each student for exam day.

Tips for setting up your College Board Profile on MyAP:

– Use an email address that you will have access to throughout high school AND university and that is checked frequently so you can receive alerts regarding your exams

– Make sure to enter your COMPLETE legal name to prevent issues with sending score reports to colleges and universities

– Enter your school student ID number to assist your school in reporting your attendance to the exam to the MHS Attendance Office AND help identify errors in names.

I can’t access my College Board Profile account or am not sure I have one. What do I do?

The College Board Profile is the same account used to access your past years’ AP® scores, PSAT® scores, and SAT® scores. Do not create a new one! Each student should have only ONE unique account. If you are unable to access the account, try using the ‘Forget Password?’ link on http://myap.collegeboard.org OR email apstudents@info.collegeboard.org OR call 888-225-5427 for assistance.

Where do I get the Join Code to complete the join step on the MyAP site?

Join Codes are subject, teacher, and period specific. Please see your AP® teacher ASAP to complete the step by October 7.

I haven’t received my invoice for the exam fee balance that is due?

Please email info@aptsusa.com for assistance – include in the email your name, name of your school, and your request for your invoice to be reissued. (Note that the invoices are emailed to the email address provided on your College Board profile – make sure to use an email that is checked frequently and to which you have access.)

I missed the November 7 deadline to submit my balance due? What do I do?

Exams that have a balance due on November 8 will automatically be deactivated. A $40 penalty fee will be charged to reactive an exam at any point between November 8 and March 1. Please be timely with your balance payment.

How do I submit the exam fees?

Payment for exams may be done via credit card or debit card, OR by mailing in a check or money order. There will be an online payment fee of 3% for payments submitted by credit or debit card. Directions for payment can be found  in your e-mail invoice which will be sent to the email address you provide on your College Board profile. Postmark deadline to ensure timely mail in deposit processing is November 4, 2019.

I dropped my AP® Course and no longer need to or want to take the exam. What do I do?

There is no cancellation of exams and no refunds.

Can I change when I take the exam?

Exam times are set by The College Board.  Note that AP® Exams must be taken only at the times established by The College Board. Click here for the 2020 National Exam Calendar.

Is there financial aid available for the 2020 AP® exams?

All students at Morse High School qualify for financial aid on the AP® exams per criteria set out by College Board. The fee reduction has already been factored into the registration process.

What if I have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 plan?

The College Board must approve any changes or modifications to the AP® exam administration. Students with a current IEP or 504 Plan who wish to receive testing modifications must contact their case manager ASAP.  We will work together to file the appropriate paperwork with College Board to allow testing modifications. Please note that College Board may take up to 4-6 weeks to grant approval for modifications. If you do not make the request to seek modifications in a timely manner, you may not get College Board approval.

What if I have two AP® exams at the exact date and time?

College Board makes provisions for students who would like to register to take two exams that are scheduled at the EXACT date and time. Please see Mr. Wegener in the Counseling Office immediately to get information on late testing locations and information. You will not be assessed a $40 late fee for exams offered at the exact date and time. Students who have exams back to back (one in the morning and one in the afternoon on the same date) are NOT eligible for late testing.

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