AP Testing

  • The College Board, administrator of Advanced Placement Exams, has made significant changes to the 2020 testing process, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

    These AP Exams will now be taken a week later than originally scheduled. These exams will be administered during the weeks of May 11-22 and taken at home. To support students in continuing their AP journey, the College Board is offering optional free, online AP classes and take-at-home AP Exams. The following are helpful links to various resources provided by the college board: 

    1. View the Full Testing Schedule

    2. AP Exam Format

    3. Exam Scores and College Credit

    4. Exam Security

    5. Remote Instruction and Practice Prior to Testing Days

    6. Request for Technology Must be Completed by April 24 

    Keller ISD and the College Board understand that this new format may not be optimal for some students and therefore your student may decide to opt-out of taking some or all of their AP exams. Any student who does not take their exam will be issued a refund. These refunds will come in the form of a district-issued check, mailed to your home address on record, after the exam window is complete. If students click on any AP exam link sent to them for testing, this will start the exam session and void any possibility for a refund. Your Campus Testing Coordinators and AP teachers will continue to provide more details as the College Board make them available.

    Click here for information on how testing support will work during the exams