COLLEGE BOARD GUIDELINES FOR MAY 2022 TESTING

Important AP Exam Deadlines at Big Picture School:

IMPORTANT CHANGES: 

  • The College Board (CB) will reinstate the $40.00 unused test fee for 2022 AP Testing. Any test that is ordered and not cancelled before November 15, 2021 will incur a $40.00 Unused Test Fee.
  • The cost of each test is $96.00. The cost of the AP Capstone Test is $144.00.

 

STUDENT COLLEGE BOARD ACCOUNT:

  • Each student needs a College Board Account.
    • Many students already have an account.
    • The same College Board account log-in is used for PSAT, SAT and AP. If a student ever created an account for one of these, the student should use the same log-in for all College Board activity.
  • Students should not create a 2nd If a student creates a second account, it could prevent the student’s SAT or AP scores from going to the correct college.
  • Please go to collegeboard.org to create a new account or verify an existing account.
    • When creating a student account please be sure the student’s name is on the account. The student does not want a parent’s name on the account when applying to college.
    • If there are problems verifying an existing student account, please contact College Board. High Schools aren’t linked to these accounts. The College Board will not talk to a school representative on the student’s behalf.
  • The student should save his/her College Board username and log-n a safe place. The student will login multiples times in high school and needs to remember the username and login. 

 

INPORTANT DATES FOR 21-22 AP TESTING

  • October 11, 2021 Student communicates intent to take or not take AP Test on AP Platform.
  • October 15, 2021 Scholarship Form due for students who do not qualify for Fee Waiver Program.
  • October 18, 2021 Fees will be loaded onto the POS system.
  • November 1, 2021 Payment deadline for May 2022 AP Testing.
  • November 15, 2021 Any tests ordered after this date will incur an additional $40.00 fee.
        •     Any Tests cancelled after this date will incur a $40.00 unused test fee.
  • January 18, 2022 Last day to request accommodations through SSD online.
  • March 15, 2022  Final Day to Order tests – includes $40.00 late fee.

 

FORMS

Scholarship Form:  Available in Counseling Center at each High School.

Fee Waiver Form:   Fee Waiver Form

  • Students must apply for the Fee Waiver Program to avoid payment for AP Testing.

IN-PERSON:       All tests will be in-person.

BSD SSD

  • All SSD students who have already been approved by the CB to receive accommodations should register on BSD SSD site, as well as his/her home school site by Nov 1, 2021. The school coordinator will provide the student with the SSD join code.
  • New students seeking accommodations should apply as early as possible – January 18, 2022, is the final day to request accommodations for the May 2022 testing.

AP Program:

  • The AP Program offers college-level courses and exams that you can take in high school.
  • For all AP Program details, go to AP Central.

AP Courses:

  • For a list of AP Course offerings at BPS and BSD, go to the BSD Course Catalog.
  • Students can request applicable AP Course(s) in the spring during regular Course Registration for the following school year.

AP Exam Dates:

  • The 2022 AP Exams will be administered May 2-6 and May 9-12.
  • For a complete exam schedule, go to AP Exam Dates.

AP Scores:

  • To access and send your exam score(s), go to AP Scores.

Accommodations:

  • Students with documented disabilities may be eligible for accommodations on AP exams.
  • Go to College Board SSD for details or contact the BP Counseling Center.
  • Requests and all documentation, including College Board’s Parent Consent Form, for BP students must be submitted to the School Counselor prior to the SSD deadline.
  • Once approved for accommodations, with limited exceptions, students remain approved until one year after graduation and do not need to submit another request.

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