Advanced Placement Testing

 

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Who should take these tests?
All students enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses
. Students who score well, generally a score of 3 or above, may be eligible for college credit. View the AP Credit Policy at your College/University: AP College Credit Policy

2017 AP Testing Schedule

May 1 Morning - Chemistry / Environmental Science
Afternoon - Psychology
May 2 Morning - Computer Science A / Spanish Language and Culture
Afternoon - Physics 1 / Art History
May 3 Morning - English Literature and Composition
Afternoon - Japanese Language and Culture / Physics 2
May 4 Morning - Government & Politics: US
Afternoon - Chinese Language and Culture
May 5 Morning - U. S. History / German Language and Culture
Afternoon – Computer Science Principles
Studio Art (portfolios due)
May 8 Morning - Biology / Music Theory
Afternoon - Physics C
May 9 Morning – Calculus AB / Calculus BC
Afternoon – French Language and Culture / Spanish Literature and Culture
May 10 Morning – English Language and Composition
Afternoon – Italian Language and Culture / Macroeconomics
May 11 Morning – World History / Government & Politics: Comparative
Afternoon – Statistics
May 12

Morning – Human Geography / Microeconomics
Afternoon – European History

 

pdf-155498_960_720 AP Registration Instructions - Registration closed

pdf-155498_960_720 Download paper AP registration - Registration closed

AP Online Registration - open February 1st thru March 15th

Paper registrations will be accepted until March17th

The AP Exam Schedule with testing information, room assignments, locations and times

pdf-155498_960_720 Exam Schedule with Room Assignments, Locations and Times

pdf-155498_960_720 Map to Forest View Educational Center

pdf-155498_960_720 2017 Bulletin for AP Students and Parents

pdf-155498_960_720 Boletín para estudiantes AP y sus padres