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AP 2020 World Language & Culture Exams: Exam Walkthrough

05/06/20




AP Exam Day Checklist

05/05/20

Please click on the attachment for an exam day checklist.

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PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR EMAIL WITH THE COLLEGE BOARD

05/01/20

Get Ready for 2020 AP Exams: How to Confirm Your Email with the College Board For this year’s online AP Exams, you’ll need access to your email inbox or College Board account from the computer or device you’ll use to take the exams. Be sure to confirm this well before the exam date. If you haven’t received email updates from the College Board, take the following steps to confirm your email address on file.

Step 1: Log in to your College Board account Go to myap.collegeboard.org and log in to your account with your College Board username and password.

Step 2: Confirm or change your email address Click your profile at the top right corner of the page and go to Account Settings. Scroll down to verify your information and confirm your email address is the one you’d like your AP® Exam e-ticket sent to—you’ll need your e-ticket to take your AP Exam. If it’s an email address you don’t regularly check or if you haven’t been receiving Collee Board emails to the email address on file, scroll down and click Update to make it the email you’ll use to access your AP Exam.

Step 3: Access your email inbox Log in to your email account to confirm you’re receiving emails from College Board. Find these emails by searching for collegeboard@e.collegeboard.org. If you don’t find any emails from College Board, search for this address in your spam and trash folders and move any emails you find to your inbox. Next, mark collegeboard@e.collegeboard.org as part of your approved sender lists and/or add this email address to your contacts in your email account to make sure you receive the emails you need. If you’re still not receiving emails, update your College Board account with a different email address that you check regularly, using the instructions in step 2.

Troubleshooting FAQs

What if I don’t remember my username or password? If you forget your username or password, do not create another account.  If you forgot your username, click forgot username, then submit the email address associated with your College Board account. We’ll email you all usernames associated with your account and indicate which are associated with a College Board test record. If you forgot your password, click forgot password and submit the username and email address associated with your account. Answer your security question. If you can’t answer it, click reset your password on the security question page to have password reset instructions emailed to you.

What if I don’t remember the email connected to my College Board account and I can’t retrieve my username or password? 
More troubleshooting information is available on our Account Help page. You can also reach out to your AP coordinator, who can give you the email you used to create your College Board account. If you can’t access your account this way, please call AP Services for Students at 888-225-5427 and press 1 for assistance with your College Board account (international students can call 212-632-1780). AP Services for Students support is available from 9 a.m.–6 p.m. ET. Please be aware that wait times may be longer than usual. 


Dear Members,

As we address the challenges caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19), the health and safety of everyone we serve is the top priority for the College Board.

We want to keep you informed of what we’re doing in response to the spread of the virus and do our best to address questions that you and your students have about College Board programs, both in the immediate and longer term.

We’re working to respond quickly to the evolving landscape of school closures and other instructional changes, and to provide educators with virtual resources. As students find themselves home from school, we want to provide opportunities for them to keep moving forward in their study and college planning.

We’re regularly posting information about the SAT® and Advanced Placement® Programs.


Please refer to these pages for the latest updates:

 

Coronavirus Updates for Students Taking the SAT

 

AP Updates for Schools Impacted by Coronavirus


 

Thank you for your partnership and for all you're doing at your institutions to support students. We know you're addressing multiple challenges and priorities. We hope we can work together to be flexible and creative in our efforts to mitigate harm from the virus and keep as many students as possible on the path to college under these challenging circumstances. Throughout, our focus will be on ensuring that all students have the tools and opportunities they need to take the credit they have earned.

Sincerely,

College Board

hAMILTON OFFERS 24 DIFFERENT AP COURSES
 
AP ART HISTORY
AP BIOLOGY
AP CALCULUS A/B
AP CALCULUS B/C
AP CHEMISTRY
AP COMP SCIENCE A
AP COMP SCIENCE PRINCIPLES
AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE
AP ENGLISH LITERATURE
AP ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
AP EUROPEAN HISTORY
AP FRENCH LANGUAGE
AP GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
AP HUMAN GEOGRAPY
AP MICRO ECONOMICS
AP MUSIC THEORY
AP PHYSICS
AP SPANISH LITERATURE
AP SPANISH LANGUAGE
AP STUDIO ART 2D
AP STATISTICS
AP US HISTORY
AP WORLD HISTORY