Students will be testing online from their homes. Students should be set up in the online testing system and prepared to test thirty minutes prior to the start of the exam. Students should have completed the 2020 AP Exam Checklist before the day of the AP Exam.
Date / Time / Subject of tests // link to College Board site for reference
More detailed AP Exam information: 2020 AP Testing Guide
The College Board’s Exam Security Guidelines
Students may not incorporate work which is not their own, and may not provide or receive aid of any kind from anyone.
To identify students attempting to receive help through the web, a phone, or social media, sophisticated detection technologies and processes will be applied. Most techniques will remain confidential to maximize their effectiveness.
The College Board will be monitoring social media and discussion sites to detect and disrupt cheating. They may post content designed to confuse and deter those who attempt to cheat. Attempts to cheat will be detected immediately during testing or will be identified in June and July simultaneously with exam scoring.
In addition, students’ exams will be:
- Scanned by plagiarism detection software
- Shared directly with their teachers
Students found violating exam security will face severe consequences, which can include having their:
- Names reported to college admissions offices for attempted cheating
- AP Exam scores cancelled