LATE -TESTING (CHEMISTRY & US GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS ONLY)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Ensure students have read the 2022 AP Exam Terms and
Conditions, provided online at cb.org/apexamterms. On
exam day, students will need to acknowledge on their
answer sheets that they’ve read and agree to the Terms
and Conditions before taking their exam.
AP Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Environmental
Science, Physics, and Statistics teachers should remind
students of the calculator policies for these exams.
Students should visit apstudents.org/courses and click on
the link for their course for the specific calculator policy.
Remind students to bring a valid photo ID to the
Students are prohibited from bringing electronic
equipment (phones, smartwatches, or wearable technology
of any kind, laptops, tablet computers, Bluetooth devices,
portable listening or recording devices—MP3 player, iPod,
etc.—cameras or other photographic equipment, devices
that can access the internet, separate timers of any type,
and any other electronic or communication devices) with
them to the testing room.
Let students know they’re assigned a unique AP ID when
they’ve registered in My AP. This AP ID will be used to
produce personalized AP ID labels, which they’ll use to
label their exam materials for each exam they take. They
must not share labels with anyone else.
Remind students that they can access their AP ID through
My AP (myap.collegeboard.org). They go to My AP Profile,
and then click the Registration tab.
Remind students to provide their information on their
answer sheet the same way they provided it when
registering in My AP. Students should write their legal
name on their answer sheets as they normally would.
DIGITAL AUDIO SUBMISSION
Have students who will be taking AP Music Theory
Exams practice recording their audio responses using the recording
equipment (Chromebook) that will be used on exam day. (Be sure to
delete any practice files saved to the recording devices.)
Remind students that June 20 is the deadline to indicate
or change their free score report recipient through My AP.
Encourage students to indicate the recipient of their free
score report as soon as possible, before the school year