Spring means many things to many people in high school. For AP students, it means gruelling AP exams are on the horizon.
Shannon Kershaw, the school AP Testing Coordinator, has advice for students. She says that AP students will be receiving information soon, “so they know when their test is, where to go, what to bring and what not to bring.”
Kershaw also explains that “if students took AP tests two years ago, it’ll look very similar.” With no surprise, thanks to covid, “this year, however, is very unique because the college board is offering lots of alternatives.”
Some students are taking the test in person, others with accommodations, and some are taking it digitally at home. This years tests will bring on new challenges and experiences.
If you are unsure when and where your test is, consult this chart. Individual room assignments will be announced later.