BY SOPHIA WENGIER
It’s AP season and exams are beginning, taking place May 1st through May 12th. Students are expected to show up on time to their exam and come prepared. This includes bringing several number 2 pencils with erasers, pens with black or blue ink, and a watch that does not have internet access or make noises. Other exams might require a calculator, such as Calculus, and some require a ruler, such as Physics. Students should double check with their teacher as to what they need to bring to their particular exam.
It is also important to remember not to bring computers, smart watches, food or drink, highlighters, or any other supplies that are unapproved for the AP exam. College Board also requires that no student wear any clothing that contains information related to the subject of the exam they are taking.
Finally, it is essential that students refrain from talking about or sharing information regarding their exams, or their tests will be invalidated.
The exam schedule is as follows:
|Week 1||Morning 8 a.m.||Afternoon 12 noon|
|Tuesday||Computer Science A
Spanish Language and Culture
Physics 1: Algebra-Based
|Wednesday||English Literature and Composition||Japanese Language and Culture
Physics 2: Algebra-Based
|Thursday||United States Government and Politics||Chinese Language and Culture
|Friday,||German Language and Culture
United States History
|Computer Science Principles|
|Week 2||Morning 8 a.m.||Afternoon
|Physics C: Mechanics||Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism|
|French Language and Culture
Spanish Literature and Culture
|Wednesday||English Language and Composition||Italian Language and Culture
|Thursday,||Comparative Government and Politics
Featured image by Sophia Wengier