The AP Testing Schedule for 2019

AP Testing Schedule 2019 Week 1

Test Date Morning ( 8 AM) Afternoon (12 PM)
Monday: May 6, 2019 AP United States Government and Politics AP Chinese Language and Culture

AP Environmental Science

Tuesday: May 7, 2019 AP Seminar

AP Spanish Language and Culture

AP Japanese Language and Culture

AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based

Wednesday: May 8, 2019 AP English Literature and Composition AP European History

AP French Language and Culture

Thursday: May 9, 2019 AP Chemistry

AP Spanish Literature and Culture

AP German Language and Culture

AP Psychology

Friday: May 10, 2019 AP United States History AP Computer Science Principles

AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Friday, May 10, 2019: Studio Art – last day for coordinators to submit digital portfolios (by 8 p.m. ET) and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly. Teachers should have forwarded students completed digital portfolios to coordinators before this date.

AP Testing Schedule 2019 Week 2

Test Date Morning ( 8 AM) Afternoon (12 PM) Afternoon (2 PM)
Monday: May 13, 2019 AP Biology AP Physics C: Mechanics AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
Tuesday: May 14, 2019 AP Calculus AB

AP Calculus BC

AP Art History

AP Human Geography

Wednesday: May 15, 2018 AP English Language and Composition AP Italian Language and Culture

AP Macroeconomics

Thursday: May 16, 2019 AP Comparative Government and Politics

AP World History

AP Statistics
Friday: May 17, 2019 AP Microeconomics

AP Music Theory

AP Computer Science A

AP Latin

June 14, 2019

AP Services must receive written requests to change college score report recipients and to withhold or cancel scores for the current year’s exam administration by this date.

About AP Exams

AP exams are not just for those taking AP courses anymore.In fact, many top private schools have switched away from AP curriculum, but still teach content that prepares students for the AP exams.  Also, some intrepid students self study AP course content and then take AP exams without ever having taken the class! AP exams are always given in May. Students may take whichever AP exams they want, and may retake exams in subsequent years (however it is uncommon to do this). During one testing period, students may take as many AP exams as they can fit into their schedules. Students should only take AP exams when they are very familiar with the content. Most AP exams consist of both a multiple-choice and a free-response section. The free-response section is usually in the form of an essay, but could also be a written solution or a spoken response.

About AP Scoring and Credit

AP scoring is on a 1-5 scale. Typically, scores of 4-5 earn college credit, and provide strong evidence of academic excellence to college admission officials. Among top colleges, neither Brown nor Dartmouth offers credit for AP courses or tests, however even for these colleges, high scoring AP exams are very helpful in admissions. Most other colleges offer credit for scores of 4 or 5. Many other colleges, including Johns Hopkins and UC Berkeley, may offer credit for scores of 3, 4, or 5. MIT only grants credit for scores of 5 and only on some AP Tests. As with SAT and ACT tests, you are allowed to withhold AP scores that you feel will not help you, and may actually hurt you, in admission. However, unlike ACT or SAT, the next time you can take AP exams is during the next May testing cycle, a year removed from when you took the course.  Additional studying will usually be necessary.

NC Global AP Tutoring and Test Prep

NC Global has expert AP exam tutors who are qualified not only to teach AP test prep, but also to teach the AP courses themselves. Tutoring can be short-term for the exam, long-term to provide assistance with AP (or other college-level) courses you are taking in school, or yearlong to teach you the entire course as a self-study and prepare you for the exam in May. Tutoring for AP exams typically begins in March or early April and extends up to the day of the test. AP Subjects include:

 

AP Subjects Alphabetical List
AP Research (New) AP Seminar (New) Art History Biology
Calculus AB Calculus BC Chemistry Chinese Language and Culture
Computer Science A Computer Science Principles English Language and Composition English Literature and Composition
Environmental Science European History French Language and Culture German Language and Culture
Government and Politics – Comparative Government and Politics – US Human Geography Italian Language and Culture
Japanese Language and Culture Latin Macroeconomics Microeconomics
Music Theory Physics 1: Algebra-Based Physics 2: Algebra-Based Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
Physics C: Mechanics Psychology Spanish Language and Culture Spanish Literature and Culture
Statistics Studio Art Drawing Studio Art 2-D Design Studio Art 3-D Design
US History World History

 

 

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