AP Exam Registration 2020/2021
AP Exam Registration is now open. Students enrolled in an AP course for Quarter 1 (Q1) have a deadline of November 11, 2020 to register for an exam. Students who sign up for a Quarter 1 AP exam after 11/11/20 will be charged an a $40 late fee per exam.
The deadline to register for an AP exam for a Quarter 2 class is March 5, 2021. March 5th is the final deadline to register for AP exams this year.
Quarter 1 classes are now through November 5th. Quarter 2 classes begin on November 9th.
AP exam registration fees and deadlines are set by the Collegeboard – the organization that coordinates the Advanced Placement program.
How to Register:
To register for an exam, students must complete three required steps:
Fill out the HRVHS AP Exam Registration Form at https://forms.gle/A52HkvYiMNFnVAcPA.
Join your AP Classroom and change your AP Registration Status to Yes. Directions here.
Pay related fees
Registration Fees and Payment
The cost to register is $95 per exam.
Exams are FREE for students who qualify for free or reduced price lunch for 2020/2021. No need to submit any payment, just complete the other registration steps. To apply for Free/Reduced lunch, go here https://family.titank12.com/.
Families may pay one of two ways:
Online: go to hrvhs.com and click on the Student Fees link on the left under Site Shortcuts. Log in or register for an account, look for AP Exam Fees, and complete payment steps.
By check: mail a check made out to HRVHS with “AP” in the memo line and mail to HRVHS Attn: Jackie Hasegawa, 1220 Indian Creek Road, Hood River, OR 97031.
A late fee of $40 per exam will be charged for any student who registers for a Quarter 1 exam after November 11th.
For the 2020/2021 exam year, students who do not end up testing for any reason will be given a refund.
If you have a documented disability and require testing accommodations, please email Kyle Rosselle at firstname.lastname@example.org to start the Collegeboard accommodations request process.
The AP Exam Schedule is below as well as some frequently asked questions. For any other questions or concerns related to AP exam registration, please contact Melissa Bentley at email@example.com or 541-386-2770.
2021 AP EXAM SCHEDULE
Exams will be given at the Columbia Gorge Community College Indian Creek Campus in Hood River except for AP Spanish and AP Studio Art. Students will be responsible for providing their own transportation to CGCC.
Morning 8:00- 12:00pm
Afternoon 12:00pm- 4:00pm
US Government and Politics
AP Calculus AB/BC
Computer Science A
Studio Art 2D, 3D, and Drawing
Morning 8:00am - 12:00pm
Afternoon 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Computer Science Principles Statistics
Frequently Asked Questions – AP Exams
Am I required to take an AP exam?
Taking an AP exam is optional but recommended so that you can earn college credit.
Will exams be online or in person/on paper this year?
Right now, the plan is for AP exams to be in person. That may change depending on COVID rates and school reopening plans.
How do I know if I will be able to earn college credit?
Each college determines its AP credit policy. For many colleges, a score of 3 or higher on the AP exam will give students credit for an equivalent college course. You may search a college’s AP credit policy here - https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/getting-credit-placement/search-policies
My class also has the option for dual credit. Should I do both dual credit and AP? What’s the difference?
The following AP courses at HRVHS give students the option for dual credit and/or to take the AP exam: AP Literature (ENG 104/105/106), AP Language (WR 121/122), AP US History (HST 201/202/203), AP Statistics (MTH 243). In most cases, we recommend opting for dual credit over AP because (1) dual credit is based on successful completion in the class versus performance on a one-time test and (2) credit transfers easily to Oregon and most out of state colleges. However, some selective and/or private colleges prefer AP credit to dual credit – please review the policies of the colleges you are interested in or contact your counselor for more information.
AP classes are taught according to a nationally approved college level curriculum. College credit can be earned through qualifying scores on AP exams. Each college sets their own policy for how they award credit for AP credit. You can find these policies here: https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/getting-credit-placement/search-policies
Dual credit classes are offered in partnership with CGCC. Students earn both high school and college credit upon successful completion of the course. Registration and a fee are required through CGCC – your dual credit teacher will share information about how to register.
More information about Advanced Placement can be found at https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/.