2013 WHS ADVANCED PLACEMENT TESTING SCHEDULE
Advanced Placement tests are given in several different locations. Please be sure to check the schedule below for your testing time & location and familiarize yourself with the location via online or take a visit to the site before your testing date & time. All tests will start promptly at the appointed hour of 7:30am or 12:00pm unless otherwise stated on the testing schedule below. YOU MUST NOT BE LATE FOR THE START OF THE TEST. The specific room for your test will be open 15 minutes prior to each test for check in. Please plan accordingly as you will be required to check in with the proctor before you are allowed inside the testing area. Signs will be posted to direct you to the testing room.
STRICT REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL ADVANCED PLACEMENT TESTING:
1. Be sure to show up on time for your test. Students who are late will not be admitted into the testing area.
2. After you have received your student packet at your first test, you will be required to bring the student packet to each test you take. You must have your Advanced Placement Student ID # with you for testing purposes. Students who do not have their AP testing ID # with them will not be able to take the test.
3. You are required to bring photo ID in order to be checked into the testing area. Students who do not have photo ID at the time of check in will not be allowed into the testing area.
4. Remain quiet during all times of testing and keep voices low during breaks.
5. No caps, hats, or hoods may be worn during a test.
6. No cellphones digital cameras, personal digital assistants (PDA’s), BlackBerry’s, Smart Phones, Bluetooth devices, MP3 players, or any other electronic or communication devices .
7. No books, compasses, mechanical pencils, correction fluid, dictionaries, highlighters, notes, or colored pencils.
8. No scratch paper
9. No computers or calculators (unless otherwise accepted for Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, or Statistics).
10.No reference guides, keyboard maps, or other typing instructions.
11.No watches that beep or have an alarm.
12.No portable listening or recording devices. Also, no headphones or photographic equipment.
13.Only water may be brought into the testing area. NO FOOD or any other drink is allowed in the testing area.
*Items may be allowed if it has been previously approved by the College Board as an accommodation by the College Board Services for Students with Disabilities office prior to the test date.
All Students Need To Bring The Following To Testing:
1. Two #2 pencils & Two Pens (Black or Blue)
2. A photo identification card (license or ASB card)
3. AP Student packet with your AP ID number (after your first test)
4. Calculator if needed for specific testing
5. Ruler or straightedge if taking Physics exams.
Equipment To Bring For Calculus AB & BC, Chemistry, Physics B & C, or Statistics: Please read AP bulletin or go to College Board’s student site www.collegeboard.com/ap/calculators to determine the type of calculator that may be used. Bring extra batteries or extra calculator if you like. Calculators or batteries are NOT provided by the testing proctors. A ruler or straightedge is required for the Physics test.
**SPECIAL NOTE: AP TEST SCORES WILL BE ONLINE THIS YEAR**
In July, students will now get their AP scores online. You will not receive your scores in the mail. Please follow these easy steps to set up an account and get your scores online:
1. Sign up for an AP account @ apscore.org (it’s free). You will not receive your scores in the mail, and you will need this account to access them. Once you are signed up, you will receive emails about how and when to access your scores. You may already have an account if you’ve ever registered for the SAT or participated in other College Board programs. If you think you have an account, try signing in at apscore.org to find out.
2. Remember this information! Once you have taken your exams, just remember your College Board account username and password, and one of the following a) your AP number-which is issued to you at your first exam or b) your student identifier number which is the student ID number you put on your AP answer sheet at exam time.
3. Wait for an email-then receive your scores online. You will receive an email after the exam period letting you know how and when to access your scores.
4. For more information, visit the website at www.apscore.org
Advanced Placement Testing Locations
LATE TESTING SCHEDULE
For approved students only.
For questions please contact:
WHS AP Testing Coordinator
Danielle Yamada 425-408-7422
May 25th, 2013