If you have significant financial need, you are eligible for a Advanced Placement (AP) Exam fee reduction. AP Exams are $94. AP exams for public school students have been subsidized through two funding sources:
It is encouraged that public schools administering exams reach out and consider your students who qualify for this fee reduction opportunity. The state budgeted proposal includes funding for test fee waivers for low income students enrolled in public schools (including state charters). How do you know? Inquire with your Title I coordinators as well as your classroom teachers. Let's encourage all students in taking the AP exams and open the door further for college entrance and success.
The total cost for a student that qualifies for the test fee reduction will be $3.00, made payable to your school. In turn, payable to Region IX Education Cooperative.
Each public school, charters included, must:
1. The report projected the total number of AP exams being taken by all students, and of those students which will be covered by the test fee reduction program. email@example.com
Schools must report their numbers, regardless of if they change or not:
January 31st, 2019 (All Students, Students Covered By Test Fee Reduction Program)
March 14th, 2019 (All Students, Students Covered By Test Fee Reduction Program)
May 1, 2019 (All Students, Students Covered By Test Fee Reduction Program)
Failure to report these numbers will result in schools paying the fees for their student exams.
*Please help us coordinate the number of students who qualify, with the number of exams taken from the College Board.
2. Order College Board AP exams, through College Board. Indicate your totals as well as students who qualify for test fee reduction. Let APNM know your totals as well along with numbers of test fee reduction.
Spring before starting an AP course
It’s time to start thinking about which AP courses grab your interest, and how they might start you on the right path to college and career success. Use this website to learn more about the AP Program, and discuss your plans with your parents, teachers and AP Coordinator or College/Career Counselor.
Some AP teachers require that you complete work during the summer months to prepare for their courses. For example, AP English Literature and Composition might start you off with a reading list of great novels and plays. Make sure you complete these assignments so that you're up to speed when the classes begin.
Talk to your AP teachers or AP Coordinator about taking the AP Exams. Contact the Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Coordinator at your school if you will need testing accommodations.
February 22, 2019
Students with disabilities must submit requests for testing accommodations by this date.
March 1, 2019
Homeschooled students and students whose schools do not offer AP must contact AP Services by this date to obtain a list of local AP Coordinators and schools where they could arrange to test.
March 15, 2019
Homeschooled students and students whose schools do not offer AP must contact AP Coordinators identified by AP Services by this date.
Link to Exam Calendar and Information: