Important AP Exam Information for Students and Parents – PLEASE READ

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS AND STUDENTS: Please see the following update regarding AP Exams from Assistant Principal, Mr. Rockwell, and see the link below for further resources provided by College Board:

How to Prepare Your Students for the 2020 AP Exams

Dear Students and Parents of Those Taking AP Exams-Please make sure you read the Important information below to ensure you are registered for the Exams- ALL EXAMS WILL BE TAKEN AT HOME THIS YEAR

Accommodations Information

Students WHO ARE ELIGIBLE will be able to take this year’s online AP Exams with College Board–approved accommodations. Information about extended time, screen-reader compatibility, readers/scribes, and other details is available on our website. Additional information regarding spoken world language and culture exams will be available the week of April 27. For questions about accommodations, contact the SSD office at 844-255-7728 (toll free in the United States and Canada) or 212-713-8333, or ssd@info.collegeboard.org.
Learn More About Accommodations

Student Communications and Exam Access

You will need access to your email or College Board account to take the 2020 AP Exams. You have access in the following ways:
1.  Check the email address you used to create your account on myap.collegeboard.org; you should regularly check this email address for the most recent information about your AP Exams.
2. You should verify your College Board account at myap.collegeboard.org by clicking on your profile at the top right-hand corner of the page, and going to Account Settings.You should scroll down to verify your information and confirm that your email address is the one to which you’d like to receive the e-ticket to take your AP Exams. If it’s not the correct email, you can update it to an email you check regularly by clicking Update.

Verifying Students’ School Codes-Tamarac High School’s Code is 335593

To ensure a smooth score reporting process, we recommend that all AP students check to confirm that they have the correct school code listed next to their names. Students can fix their school code before the score release if needed.

Overall, It’s really important that you log into your account and make sure you have the correct information and access to the exams you are taking this year.

If you have any questions contact AP College Board, your teacher, or Mr. Rockwell at crockwell@brunswickcsd.org.

Take care!