Advanced Placement Exams
Advanced Placement (AP) Tests are offered for students who have pursued college-level AP courses. Certain score levels on tests may allow students to receive advanced placement and/or credit upon entering college. The AP test is created by the College Board.
Target Population: Students enrolled in AP courses (optional). Fee: $95 for each exam
Dates: May 3-14, 2021
Location: Most AP Testing will take place at the student's high school. Some AP exams such as AP Chinese Language, AP Japanese Language, AP Research and AP Music are not available at all high schools. Students may have to test at another school in District 214.
Registration: Online Registration and Payment for AP Exams will be available from October 1 to October 22.
College Board's AP Test Information
College Board's AP Bulletin 2020-21 - Not available yet. Will be posted when available from College Board.
College Board's 2021 AP Testing Calendar
Contact your high school for paper registration forms, refund requests, and test-day general information.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Janice Sokolik at firstname.lastname@example.org or (847) 718-5413 or Mrs. Mosey Seul at email@example.com or (847) 718-5414.
Note: Students will need to set up a College Board account to enroll (JOIN) the class and receive their AP scores online. Go to www.myap.collegeboard.org.
2021 AP Exam Dates
AP Home Page
AP Accommodations: Students with documented disabilities (IEP or 504 plans) may be eligible for accommodations on AP Exams.
In order to use accommodations on AP Exams, the student must request and be approved by College Board Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD). Parents and students are responsible for contacting Mrs. Diaz (IEP) or Mrs. Collins (504) before January 1, 2021.