• 2019 AP Exams

    The 2019 Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations will take place May 6, 2019, through May 17, 2019.   AP Exams provide students the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of materials covered in AP courses and, depending upon results and individual university policy, possibly earn college credit or placement.  If students and parents are curious to find out which colleges and universities offer credit or placement for AP Scores, please use this tool created by College Board:

    AP Credit Policy Search  


    2019 AP Exams Schedule 

    Redwood High School's
    2019 AP Exam Schedule

    Week One:


    May 6, 2019


    Environmental Science 





    May 7, 2019


    Capstone Seminar



    Spanish Language and Culture



    May 8, 2019


    English Literature and Composition



    European History 



    May 9, 2019





    Spanish Literature


    May 10, 2019


    United States History



    AP Studio Art Portfolios Due

    Studio Art — Last day for AP Coordinators to submit digital portfolios (by 8 p.m. ET) and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly.


    Week Two:


    May 13, 2019





    May 14, 2019


    Calculus AB



    Calculus BC



    Art History



    May 15, 2019


    English Language and Composition






    May 16, 2019




    Friday, May 17, 2019





    Computer Science A


    AP Exam Student Information

    Exam Day Procedures:

    Please arrive no later than 7:45 a.m. for the morning administration and 11:45 a.m. for the afternoon administration. Depending on your last name, please be sure to report to the correct testing location for each AP Exam (locations to be posted soon). 

    Students may not be dismissed until an exam has officially ended; do not ask to leave early if you finish before the end of the exam. If you play a sport or have a job, it is your responsibility to inform your coach or employer of your AP Exam obligation, and arrangements should be made accordingly. 

    Get a good night's rest before your exam, and eat a nutritious breakfast. You are allowed to bring a snack and beverage for your 10-minute break. However, food and drink are prohibited in the exam room. It is advisable to bring a sweater, in case the room temperature is below your comfort level. 


    What Students Can Bring Into The Exam Room:

    • Several sharpened No. 2 pencils (with erasers) for completing multiple-choice answer sheets.
    • Pens with black or dark blue ink only, for completing areas on the exam booklet covers and for free-response questions in most exams.
    • A watch that doesn't have internet access, doesn't beep and doesn't have an alarm.
    • Up to two calculators with the necessary capabilities if they are taking an AP® Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, or Statistics Exam.  Students are encouraged to look at the AP Calculator Policy page and click on the link for their course for the specific calculator policy.
    • A government-issued or school-issued photo ID.
    • Social Security number (for U.S. citizens) for identification purposes (optional). If students provide their number, it may appear on their AP score report.
    • If applicable, the SSD Student Accommodation Letter, which verifies that the student has been approved for a testing accommodation such as Braille or large-type exams.

    What Students Cannot Bring Into The Exam Room:

    • Bags or Backpacks, please leave such items in your locker or in your car.
    • Electronic equipment (cell phone, smartphone, smartwatch, earpods or other wearable technology, laptop, tablet computer, etc.), portable listening or recording devices (MP3 player, iPod®, etc.), cameras or other photographic equipment, devices that can access the internet, or any other electronic or communication devices.
    • Scratch paper; notes can be made on portions of the exam booklets.
    • Watches that beep or have an alarm.
    • Computers (unless this has been pre-approved as an accommodation by the College Board Services for Students with Disabilities office prior to the exam).
    • Reference guides, keyboard maps, or other typing instructions.
    • Earplugs
    • Clothing with subject-related information.
    • Food or drink (unless this has been pre-approved as an accommodation by the College Board Services for Students with Disabilities office prior to the exam). 

    AP Calculator Policy

    Calculators can be used on all or some parts of the AP Exams approved by College Board.  For a list of AP Exams where calculators are allowed and a listing of approved calculators, please visit the AP Calculator Policy

    Beginning in 2018, for the AP Biology Exam, students may now use a four-function (with square root), scientific, or graphing calculator.

    • Students should check the list of approved graphing calculators; bring only approved models.
    • Students can bring up to two calculators. They should bring calculators they are familiar with that are in good working order. Calculators may not be shared.
    • Calculator memories do not need to be cleared before or after the exam.

    Testing Conflicts

    • If there are conflicts with the AP Exam schedule, please see Dina Craft in room 107 or call the AP Office, 415-945-3601, before the end of the registration period. There are VERY LIMITED circumstances under which the College Board or Redwood HS will approve a student for an alternative late testing date.  Students cannot take two exams at the same time and Redwood HS will decide which exam a student will take first and which exam will be taken during the late testing window. This year’s late testing window, as set by College Board is May 22rd through May 24th.
    • If approved, an additional $50 late testing fee may apply.


    AP Exam Proctor Volunteers 

    Redwood High School is looking for volunteers to proctor AP Exams during the first two weeks of May (May 6th through May 17th).

    Working in collaboration with members of the administrative team and classified staff, AP Exam proctors will help create a testing environment that will support students during their AP Exam.  AP Exam proctors may be parents, substitute teachers, retired teachers, or other professionals.  

    • Retired teachers may serve as a proctor for exams in a subject area other than those in which they taught.  
    • An individual may not proctor an AP Exam in the year in which an immediate family or household member may be taking the exam.  In other words, a parent cannot proctor the AP Environmental Science Exam if their son/daughter is currently taking the AP Environmental Science course.  They can sign up for all other AP Exams.
    • Parents need not have a current student taking an AP course to proctor an AP Exam.


    Those interested can sign up for one or more AP Exam sessions by using the following link:

    2019 AP Volunteer Proctor Sign Up


    Policies and Procedures for AP Exams

    Students are required to abide by the policies of both College Board and Redwood High School during all AP Exams. Any misconduct will be reported and could jeopardize your AP Exam score.

    For additional information on AP Exam policies and procedures, we encourage students and parents/guardians to explore this link:

    AP Exam Policies


    College Board Links and Resources 

    CollegeGo Mobile App 

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    Bulletin for AP Students and Parents: 

    Bulletin for AP Students and Parents

    College Board Resources for Taking AP Exams: 

    AP Students Taking the Exam 

    Credit or Placement for Universities: 

    Credit or Placement College Board Website 

    Preparing for the AP Exams 

    Preparing for AP Exams


    Contact Information for Redwood AP Information: 

    Dina Craft  Email: dcraft@tamdistrict.org Phone: 415-945-3601