EDIT MAIN
Plus_blue

AP Exams

Check out www.collegeboard.org/apstudents for helpful information regarding Advanced Placement.

WHAT TO BRING TO THE EXAM ROOM

1. Several sharpened No. 2 pencils with erasers

2. Pens with black or dark blue ink

3. Your 6-digit school code

4. A watch that does NOT have internet access, does NOT beep and does NOT have an alarm

5. Up to two approved calculators if taking AP Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Statistics, or Biology.

6. A ruler or straightedge only if you’re taking an AP Physics Exam. Protractors are NOT allowed.

WHAT NOT TO BRING TO THE EXAM ROOM

1. Electronic equipment (cell phone, smartphone, laptop, tablet computer, etc.) portable listening or recording devices (MP3 player, iPod, etc.), cameras or other photographic equipment, devices that can access the internet, and any other electronic or communication devices.

2. Books, compasses, protractors, mechanical pencils, correction fluid, dictionaries, highlighters, notes, or colored pencils.

3. Scratch paper; notes can be made on portions of the exam booklets.

4. Watches that beep or have an alarm or smartwatches.

5. Computers.

6. Reference guides, keyboard maps, or other typing instructions.

7. Ear plugs.

8. Clothing with subject-related information.

9. Food or drink.

GETTING YOUR SCORES

1. Sign up for a College Board account atwww.collegeboard.org/register. You may already have an account if you’ve previously taken an AP Exam, registered for the SAT, or participated in other College Board programs. Scores are only available online, so make sure you sign up for a College Board account and are able to log in successfully.

2. Check apscore.org after exams to find out when you can access your scores in July. You will also receive an email reminding you how and when to access your scores.

3. Sign in at apscore.org using your College Board account username and password. You may be asked to enter your AP number (the 8-digit number on the labels inside your AP Student Pack) or your student identifier (PCHS ID #) to access your scores if this your first time viewing AP scores.