Everything You Need to Know About AP Tests

Everything You Need to Know About AP Tests

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The months of April and May can be very stressful- for students taking Advanced Placement (AP) classes. To make this time a little easier, here’s everything you need to know about the AP exams. The most important information is dates, times, and locations. AP exams begin on Monday May 2nd 2022 and go through Thursday May 12th 2022. Here’s what you need to know:

On May 2nd , AP Government is at 8:00am at Bethesda, and AP Chemistry is at 12:00pm at LCN.

On May 3rd, AP Environmental Science is at 8:00am at Bethesda, and AP Psychology is at 12:00pm at Bethesda.

On May 4th, AP English Literature is at 8:00am at the Wheeler center, and AP Computer Science A is at 12:00pm at the Wheeler center.

On May 5th, AP Human Geography and AP Macroeconomics are at 8:00am at Bethesda, and AP Statistics is at 12:00 at Bethesda.

On May 6th, AP Microeconomics is at 12:00pm at the Wheeler center.

On May 9th, AP Calculus AB and BC are at 8:00am at Bethesda, and AP Computer Science Principles is at 12:00pm at Bethesda.

On May 10th, AP English Language and Composition is at 8:00am at Bethesda, and AP Physics C Mechanics is at 12:00pm at Bethesda.

On May 11th, AP Spanish is at 8:00am at LCN, and AP Biology is at 12:00pm at Bethesda.

On May 12th, AP World History is at 8:00am at Bethesda.

All makeup tests will be held at LCN, although dates vary. AP Environmental Science will be at 8:00am on May 17th and AP Psychology will be the same day at 12:00pm. AP Chemistry, AP Computer Science A, and AP Statistics will all be at 8:00am on May 18th, also that day will be AP Computer Science Principles, AP English Literature, and AP Macroeconomics at 12:00pm. AP English Language and Composition and AP Human Geography will be on May 19th at 8:00am followed by AP Biology and AP Physics C Mechanics at 12:00pm. The final day of makeup tests will be on May 20th with AP Calculus AB and BC, AP Microeconomics, and AP Spanish at 8:00am, and AP Government and AP World History at 12:00pm. Other important information about the exams is what to bring. You will need a sharpened, wooden #2 pencil, and it’s always a good idea to bring an extra, and if you are taking an AP math or science class you will need to bring a calculator. If you have any further questions regarding your AP tests make sure to talk to your teachers. Good Luck to everyone taking AP exams!