Advanced Placement Information

Planning for the Advanced Placement Exams
Students who are enrolled in Advanced Placement courses are encouraged to take the exam associated with each course. This a great way to show how much you know, and the exam will give you the paperwork to document your knowledge! 
 

Taking the exam and receiving a passing score, 3 or above, is the only way in which you can earn college credit. Remember, colleges and universities set their own policies for awarding credit, but taking the exam is the first step.

2017-2018 Attendance Permission Slip - Due Friday, 4/27/18

AP 2018 Exam Locations

Date:

Start Time

Exam Title

Exam Location

Names

Session 1 (mins)

Break (mins)

Session 2 (mins)

Monday, 5/7

7:30 AM

Chemistry

P1

All

90

10

105

12:15 PM

Pyschology

P1

A - Fi

70

10

50

P2

Fo - L

P3

M - Sa

311

Sc - Z

Tuesday, 5/8

7:30 AM

Spanish

316

All

95

10

70

Wednesday, 5/9

7:30 AM

English Lit

P1

All

60

10

120

Thursday, 5/10

7:30 AM

US Gov and Politics

P1

A - Ka

45

10

100

P2

Ke - Z

12:15 PM

Chinese

316

All

80

10

41

12:15 PM

Enviromental Science

P1

All

90

10

90

Friday, 5/11

7:30 AM

US History

P1

A - G

95

10

100

P2

H - W

11:30 AM

Studio Art

Media Center

All

     

12:15 PM

Comp Sci Prin

P2

All

120

   

Monday, 5/14

7:30 AM

Biology

P1

A - L

90

10

90

P2

M - W

12:15 PM

Physics C

P1

All

45

 

45

2:45 PM

Physics C: E & M

P1

All

45

 

45

Tuesday, 5/15

7:30 AM

Calc AB

P1

A - Ha

105

10

90

P2

He - Z

7:30 AM

Calc BC

P3

All

105

10

90

12:15 PM

Comp Sci A

P1

All

90

10

90

Wednesday, 5/16

7:30 AM

English Lang and Comp

P1

All

60

10

135

Thursday, 5/17

7:30 AM

World History

P1

All

95

10

100

Friday, 5/18

7:30 AM

Human Geo

P1

All

60

10

75

12:15 PM

European History

P1

All

95

10

100

 ***Any AP Exam location changes that must be made will be posted on the bulletin board in the cafeteria.

 

On exam day, please make sure that you arrive at Middletown High School on time to take your AP exam and bring A PICTURE ID (school ID or driver’s license), two number 2 pencils, and a graphing calculator if needed. Students who are late will not be allowed to enter the test site once the exams have begun.

The tests will take approximately 3-4 hours. The College Board strictly prohibits cell phones and other electronic devices in the exam room. Students using cell phones or other electronic devices during the test or during the break will have the device confiscated and will be dismissed from the test. The incident will be reported to the College Board, and the exam will be invalidated. Students will not be permitted to bring backpacks, purses, etc. to the testing site. Any student arriving with bags, purses, phones, notebooks, etc., will be required to turn them over to staff to be stored in a secure location until the test is over. Arrangements should be made to store such items in lockers or vehicles. Additional information about the Advanced Placement program is available at www.collegeboard.com.

In July, the test results will be made available by the College Board to you and to the colleges or universities you select. All students must set up an account to view their scores online at www.collegeboard.com.