• Welcome to Redwood AP Exams Page for the 2022 - 2023 School Year

    For effective, consistent communication, it is recommended that students' emails and contact information are the same in College Board, Total Registration and Redwood's information systems as all of our outreach for the AP exams is done via email.

    AP Testing for the 2022 - 2023 School Year

    2022 - 2023 AP Exams

    This year's AP Exams will take place May 1, 2023 - May 12, 2023.  Our 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.  Redwood High School will again be working with a company called Total Registration (TR), offering families the opportunity to purchase AP Exams online

    Redwood students who are taking Independent Study AP Courses who wish to take the AP Exam for that course must FIRST contact Tanya Jaspering in RM 107 for approval.

    Testing Conflicts

    If there are conflicts with the AP Exam schedule, please see Tanya Jaspering in Rm 107, 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 17 - May 19, 2023. 

    Students must have written approval from Ms. Jaspering in order to take any late exams.

    If approved, an additional $50 late testing fee may apply.

    Testing With Accommodations

    Students who currently have an IEP or a 504 Plan with testing accommodations should email Tanya Jaspering (tjaspering@tamdistrict.org) to confirm they have been approved for testing accommodations during AP Exams. Accommodations that are offered in your daily classes may not carry over to the AP exams so be sure to check with Ms. Jaspering if you have any questions.

    Only students who have been approved by College Board are eligible to receive testing accommodations on their AP Exam. The last day to submit accommodations requests to College Board is January 18, 2023. Families are strongly encouraged to start the process now, as it can be lengthy to gather the necessary paperwork and if a decision needs to be appealed, that can take time as well.

    For those students who have already been approved by the College Board for testing accommodations, you do not need to re-apply.  During the registration process, families will be able to provide the College Board provided SSD # for accommodations.

    Instructional Resources:

    By having a College Board account and enrolling in their AP Class Section, students will have access to instructional resources that will support their classroom instruction.  Students will be able to access these resources through myap.collegeboard.org.

    Students who have taken an AP Course before (also if they've taken the PSAT and/or the SAT), should already have a username and password to access their College Board account.  If a parent has created an account at College Board to sign up for SAT or ACT, the student should have a separate account with an email address that is NOT their student account provided through the district.

    For those new to the AP program, the student will need to create an account.

    Things to keep in mind about a student's College Board account:

    • Students who have created a College Board account for the PSAT/SAT should use the same username and password for the AP account.  They should not have two different College Board accounts.

    • Students who need to create an account or verify that they have an account, please access collegeboard.org

    • Students must have their own email address associated with their College Board Account.  By doing so, if they forget their login information, they can recover it easily.

    • Students should keep their username and password in a place they can access easily and quickly, perhaps on their phones.  They'll be needing this information numerous times throughout the year.

    Policies and Procedures for AP Exams:

    For additional information on AP Exam policies and procedures, we encourage students and parents/guardians to explore College Board's website: AP Exam Policies

    Working with our AP teachers and families, we are committed to making sure that participation in the AP Program is a positive experience for everyone. Thank you!

    AP Exams

    Late AP Exams

     If you have any questions, please email Tanya Jaspering (tjaspering@tamdistrict.org)