Families and students enrolled at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, can register here for the 2020 Advanced Placement (AP®) Exam Administration.
*** For additional resources and exam preparation tools, log into your MyAP account at http://myap.collegeboard.org
*** More information will be available and will be posted on or around April 3, 2020
NEW EXAM ORDERING PROCEDURES AND DEADLINES:
Step 1 – Activate your exam on the College Board MyAP Website at http://myap.collegeboard.org (See FAQs for more information). Apply your subject specific Join Code (access code) to your account by September 20, 2019.
Step 2 – Submit exam fees: Students with an active exam order will receive on September 30 a custom invoice for their fees due. Deadline to submit exam fees balance that is due: October 20, 2019.
1. The cost of each AP® exam is $94
To have a fully activated exam orders, please follow steps 1 and 2 above. NO late registration will be possible.
2. Students will activate their exams by logging into the new College Board MyAP system and complete the online registration pages. (See FAQs for more details.) The College Board MyAP system requires that a student have an active College Board Profile to be able to log in – this profile is the same profile used to order SAT® exams, or to collect PSAT/NMSQT® and AP® exam scores from past years.
Make sure your College Board profile is linked to an email address that you check regularly to be able to receive emails from APTS as well as College Board. Make sure to enter your FULL Legal Name (to match school records).
To connect to the specific exam subject, students will need to have access to a Join Code (access code). The Join Codes are subject, teacher and class period specific and will be distributed in class.
Joining the class on MyAP automatically activates the exam.
3. Students with an active exam order will receive a digital invoice for the exam fees that are due at the email address linked to their College Board profiles. Digital invoices will be emailed out on September 30. All exams fees are due paid in full by October 20, 2019 to complete the exam order. Payment can be submitted via credit or debit card OR by mailing in a check/money order. To submit an order using a check or money order, please follow the directions to mail in your payment to the address on your invoice email. Families choosing to pay online using a credit or debit card will be assessed a small service fee. There is no service fee for submitting registration and payment with a check or money order via US mail. Postmark deadline to mail in payment is October 16, 2019.
4. IMPORTANT TO NOTE: Students who do not complete BOTH step 1 and 2 to activate and complete their exam order by October 20, 2019 will NOT have a 2020 exam order submitted by their school coordinator to College Board.
⇒ Students who do NOT want to take the exam will not submit fees. Exams with no corresponding exam fees submitted by October 20, 2019 will be de-activated.
5. Fee reductions may be available to students qualified for free or reduced lunch or those who qualify for the College Board or ACT® fee waivers, but must be applied for BEFORE September 30 to enable receipt of an adjusted invoice. Approval may take several days. To apply for a fee reduction, contact Mrs. Swift for forms and instructions. Students who qualify for a fee reduction will receive a modified invoice and payment will remain due by October 20, 2019.
6. Students who decide to cancel their exams may do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org – include in the email your name, name of your school, and the title of the exam to cancel. Exam cancellations submitted by October 21, 2019 will receive a full refund. Exam cancellations submitted between October 22, 2019 and April 15, 2020 will receive a partial refund of $54. No cancellations or refunds will be issued after April 15, 2020. A no show on exam day is not eligible for any refund.
REVISED Cancellation Policy: Students choosing to cancel exams may do so for a full refund through April 15, 2020. To submit a cancellation request, email email@example.com and include your name, name of your school and the title of the exam to cancel.
7. Only students who have been previously approved for College Board Special Accommodations may take AP® exams with extended time or other accommodations. Please have your SSD number ready to complete your AP® registration and contact Mrs. Swift if you have questions.
8. Check in for morning exams will BEGIN promptly at 7:40 a.m. and 11:55 a.m. for afternoon exams. Morning exam administration will begin at 7:45 a.m. and afternoon at 12 p.m. Students who report after exam administration begins will not be admitted. No exceptions. Exams will take approximately 3 hours 30 minutes.
If you play a spring sport, please notify your coaches of AP® Test dates and times and plan accordingly. Students will not be allowed to leave the test early.
9. Room locations for exams administration will vary depending on space availability and needs. Your AP teachers will advise you of specific room locations and information.
10. Students must bring two #2 pencils, pens, erasers, and calculators (if applicable – see AP® Security Rules for approved types) with fresh batteries to the AP® test room. CELL PHONES, BACKPACKS, PURSES OR BAGS will not be accessible to you during the test, including during break times. We recommend that those are left in your locker.
11. Students must adhere to the Test Site Regulations for the duration of the exam period. Consequences or failure to adhere to all regulations include removal from exam and cancellation of scores. See Test Site Regulations for specific details.
For help or assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-855-663-8348.