Here is the latest information regarding AP Exams:
1) Accommodations Information
Students will be able to take this year's online AP Exams with College Board–approved accommodations. Information about extended time, screen-reader compatibility, readers/scribes, and other details is available on our website. Additional information regarding spoken world language and culture exams will be available the week of April 27. For questions about accommodations, contact the SSD office at 844-255-7728 (toll free in the United States and Canada) or 212-713-8333, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2) Please confirm and check regularly the email that you used to sign up for the College Board. If you have not received anything in your email lately, it is either being blocked, or you used a different email address to sign up. The College Board SUGGESTS that you use a personal email address, not your school email address.
Students should verify their College Board account at myap.collegeboard.org by clicking on their profile at the top right-hand corner of the page, and going to Account Settings. Students should scroll down to verify their information and confirm that their email address is the one to which they'd like to receive the e-ticket to take their AP Exams. If it's not the correct email, they can update it to an email they check regularly by clicking Update.
3) If you have canceled a test through Total Registration, DO NOT TAKE THE TEST. You will still receive an invite through the College Board, but just ignore it. If you end up taking the test, you will be charged for it.