AP Test Registration and Information

ADVANCED PLACEMENT TESTING CHANGES 

for the 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR

 

The College Board recently announced significant changes to the AP exam ordering process, deadlines, and late fees that will be required for all schools and all students in the 2019-2020 school year. These revisions are being mandated by the College Board and it is necessary Northshore School District comply. It’s very important that all families are aware of these changes as students consider registering for AP exams. For more information click here: https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap/news-changes/ap-2019.

Students: Create a College Board Account: Students will need a College Board account to join their AP class section, receive AP assignments from teachers, get feedback on class progress, and register for AP exams (note: parents should not create an account for the student). This year, Bothell High School will only be able to administer exams for BHS students. If you don’t have a student account go to www.collegeboard.org/register.

Already Have a College Board Account? All College Board programs are connected through one account. If an account was created for AP, PSAT/NMSQT or SAT, you just need your username and password to sign in.<

Fall 2019 – AP Registration

  • Students will register for AP exams in their AP classes during the registration period by signing in to myap.collegeboard.org.

  •  AP registration dates are as follows:

    • Registration is open until 10/31/19. There will be a late registration window, but each late exam will include a $40 per exam fee.

    • Students will register in their AP class by using “join codes” given to them by their teacher in order to join a class section.

    • Payment Deadline: 10/31/19.

    • AP exams will remain at the $104 price (same as last year)

    • AP fees will be paid online using our Total Registration link:

    • Any students who qualify for Free & Reduced Lunch are eligible for a fee waiver and will not have to pay for an AP exam. 

Cancellation and Late Fees Mandated by College Board:

  • Students who register for an exam after November 15, 2019 will pay a $40 per exam late fee. The College Board does not provide refunds for cancellation of AP exams.