The College Board is allowing students to test over 3 Administration periods to offer a more flexible schedule and testing options. RCHS students have already communicated with their AP teachers on whether they prefer to take their AP exam at school through paper/pencil testing, or at home through digital exams. Please follow this link for testing administration
information including testing times and dates: https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/exam-administration-ordering-scores/exam-dates
Ms. Pulido, Assistant Principal, has asked all students to continue to stay on top of their email (whichever they have linked to their College Board account) to ensure they don’t miss any important information about testing. Please visit the AP Testing Updates website (https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/about-ap-2021/updates?%7Chome=&%7Capc-ap2021=&affiliateId=/about-ap-20-21/ap-2020-2021?affiliateId=ap|home&bannerId=heroaa|apc-ap2021&bannerId=heroaa) for more information on testing, exam practice, and preparing for your exam
Digital Testing Guide –
Digital exams will be full length and test the same knowledge and skills as paper and pencil exams, in a format-appropriate manner. Students will need to install the digital exam application on the computer they will use throughout AP testing this year. Students will not need to install the LockDown Browser they may use for secure AP Classroom assignments. Students will need to check in online 30 minutes before the official start time, make sure they have a secure internet connection, and their device should be fully charged and plugged in to avoid any issues.
Important Dates –
For students taking Digital Exams, please note that the testing App will be available on April 8th. Also, students will need to complete exam setup ahead of each exam day on the specific computer that they plan to use for testing. Exam setup will be available 3 days before exam day and must be completed no later than the day before exam day.