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COVID-19 Updates for AP exams

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. For other questions, contact the SSD office at 844-255-7728  or 212-713-8333, or ssd@info.collegeboard.org.

 

 

Make-up Exam Dates

World-wide Exam Start

Pacific Time: 9:00 a.m.
 

Pacific Time: 11:00 a.m.
 

Pacific Time: 1:00 p.m.

Mon, June 1

United States Government and Politics
Physics C: Mechanics

Human Geography
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Latin

Tues, June 2

English Literature and Composition
Spanish Literature and Culture

Physics 1: Algebra-Based
European History

Chemistry
Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Wed, June 3

United States History
Art History - Will cover:
Units 1-6

Environmental Science
Computer Science A - Units 1-7

Biology
Chinese Language and Culture

Thurs, June 4

English Language and Composition
German Language and Culture

Japanese Language and Culture
Italian Language and Culture
Microeconomics

Psychology
Music Theory

Fri, June 5

World History: Modern
Macroeconomics

Spanish Language and Culture
Comparative Government and Politics

Statistics
French Language and Culture

How to Confirm Your Email with the College Board

If you haven’t received email updates from the College Board, confirm your email address on file.

Step 1: Log in to your College Board account

Step 2: Confirm or change your email address

  • Click your profile at the top right corner of the page and go to Account Settings.
  • Confirm your email address is the one you’d like your AP® Exam e-ticket sent to.
  • If it’s an email address you don’t regularly check or if you haven’t been receiving Collee Board emails to the email address on file, scroll down and click Update to make it the email you’ll use to access your AP Exam.

Step 3: Access your email inbox

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  • If you don’t find any, search for this address in your spam and trash folders
  • Mark collegeboard@e.collegeboard.org as part of your approved sender list and/or add this email address to your contacts
  • If you’re still not receiving emails, update your College Board account with a different email address that you check regularly, using the instructions in step 2.

Troubleshooting FAQs

What if I don’t remember my username or password?

  • If you forget your username or password, DO NOT create another account.
  • If you click forgot username and submit the email address associated with your College Board account, we’ll email you all usernames associated with your account and indicate which are associated with a College Board test record.
  • Click forgot password and submit the username and email address associated with your account and answer the security question to get your password.
  • If you can’t answer the security question, click reset your password on the security question page to have password reset instructions emailed to you.

What if I don’t remember the email connected to my College Board account and I can’t retrieve my username or password?

  • Contact Mr. Flores at djf6821@lausd.net who can look that up for you.
  • Call AP Services for Students at 888-225-5427 and press 1 for assistance with your College Board account AP Services for Students support is available from 9 a.m.–6 p.m. ET.