AP®: Advanced Placement Program® Exams
College Board’s Advanced Placement Program® is recognized by universities around the world as a standard of academic excellence. Since 1955, the AP® Program has enabled millions of students to take U.S. university undergraduate-level courses and earn undergraduate degree credit, advanced placement, or both while still in high school/secondary school.
Nearly all colleges and universities in the United States and Canada — as well as more than 700 universities worldwide — consider AP Exam scores for admission, and grant credit and placement for qualifying AP Exam scores. Most universities also acknowledge course participation, regardless of AP score, favorably in the admission process.
AP Exams are administered once every year during the first two-three weeks of May. Registration in the Fall prior to the testing year is strongly recommended to ensure students have time to prepare.
Some Benefits of
Taking AP Program Exams
AP enables students like you to:
Stand out in university admissions
Earn university credit
Skip introductory university classes
Save money on tuition
Build skills and confidence
AP EXAM REGISTRATION FOR STUDENTS
UPDATED AP EXAM SCHEDULE for 2021
If you are a student who registered before the November 2020 deadline or wish to register during the late registration window to take AP exams in May/June 2021: Please take note of the updated AP exam schedule and testing options announced recently by the AP Program. There are three testing dates for each subject. Each subject on any given testing date will be delivered as either paper-only or digital only.
Detailed subject wise exam schedule for academic year 2020-21 can be accessed here
How does the updated schedule affect students who have already registered?
Students already registered for regular testing will be assigned to Administration 1 dates for the corresponding exam. Students in Administration 1 should plan to sit for pen and paper exams on the same day, time, and place, with one exception – exams originally scheduled for May 13 are now scheduled for May 17.
Students already registered for late testing will be assigned to Administration 2 dates for the corresponding exam. Make sure you are aware of the mode of the exam you have enrolled i.e., if it is pen and paper or in a digital format. Please refer to the exam schedule on AP’s website to confirm your testing date, time, and exam format.
Administration 3 will have mostly digital at home testing option. Students who have already registered will be able to request to shift to Administration 3 only after approval from the AP Test center coordinator, AP coordinator will assess the reasons with a valid proof for testing during this window and share the decision with the student.
Hopetown Girls’ School is currently expecting to administer all paper-only exams as originally planned. Registered students whose testing dates and/or testing modes have changed as a result of the updated schedule will be provided further details about testing options and change request procedures between April 1st 2021 – April 7th 2021.
AP EXAM LATE REGISTRATION FOR STUDENTS
Hopetown Girls’ School Dehradun is authorized by the College Board to administer AP Exams.
Students will have to create an account on College Board’s website for registering for AP exams, Link to MY AP account:
Find detailed information related to our Test Centre’s AP Exam policy and Registration process, Exam Fee in the .PDF document listed below:
Register for AP Exams : AP REGISTRATION POLICY 2021 FOR YOUR TEST CENTRE
Students must ensure that they have Registered for all AP exams, paid the Exam exam fee to AP Test centre and completed the entire process mentioned in the AP Exam registration policy by the deadlines listed. There will be no extensions to the deadlines allowed later.