Exam Information

Ordering is now closed for the 2013 AP Exams.  
If you have any questions about your exam order, please see Ms. Oleinik.

 Please take the time to read the AP Bulletin. It contains information and tips about testing including what to bring to testing, what not to bring to testing, and how to prepare. You may also pick up an AP Bulletin in the Library Resource Room. Also take advantage of resources available to you to prepare for the exams including meeting with your teachers, studying, and using the APEX or other exam review materials. If you would like to order an exam review account, please contact Ms. Oleinik.

Students will need to attend one of the pre-testing sessions where they will complete the preliminary information on the exams. This saves time on exam day.

The sessions are scheduled for:
April 29th or April 30 during Advisory or on April 30th at 3:15 in Room D218.


2013 Exam Calendar - Week 1

Morning - 8 a.m. Afternoon - 12 p.m.
Monday, May 6 Chemistry
Media Room
Room D 218
May 7
Spanish Language 
Room D214
None scheduled
Wednesday, May 8 Calculus AB & BC
Media Room

May 9
English Literature and Composition
Room Media Room
None scheduled
May 10
English Language and Composition
Media Room
None scheduled
Studio Art-last day for your school to submit digital portfolios and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for the physical portfolio assembly. Students should have forwarded their completed digital portfolios to their teachers well before this date.

2013 Exam Calendar - Week 2

Morning - 8 a.m. Afternoon - 12 p.m. Afternoon - 2 p.m.
Monday, May 13 Biology
Media Room
 Physics B
None scheduled
Tuesday, May 14 US Government and Politics
None scheduled  
Wednesday, May 15 US History 
Room Media Room
None scheduled  
May 16

Macro Economics D218
None scheduled  
Friday, May 17 None scheduled   None scheduled 

Please note:

  • Students will complete a registration process to complete identifying information on answer sheets prior to the exam day.

Exam Review

You have worked hard with your teachers to learn the rigorous curriculum the these classes require, now take the extra step to better prepare yourself for the exams by doing some test preparation. 

Many teachers offer students the opportunity for some extra study, but students can help themselves by using one of the many programs available .  One example is to order and use and APEX AP Exam Review.  The cost of an APEX exam review account is $25.00 and offers students the opportunity to take diagnostic assessments and then develop a study and review plan based on those results.  To order an APEX exam review account, please talk to your AP teacher or Ms. Oleinik in the Library Resource Room.

Testing Tips from the College Board

The College Board  provides resources to help you prepare for the exams.  Linked below are pages with helpful tips.

Math and Science

History and Social Science

Foreign Language