The AP program is finalizing streamlined AP exam options that would allow students to test at home, depending on the situation in May.
The College Board is developing tools to mitigate the impact of school closures on students in the Advanced Placement Program. All AP students and teachers will be able to draw on the free online resources that were provided to every AP classroom this fall. Additional resources will be made easily accessible to AP students and teachers through mobile phones and other devices. These include free online AP lessons and review sessions from some of the top AP teachers in the country.
The AP program is finalizing streamlined AP exam options that would allow students to test at home, depending on the situation in May. They’re working to give every AP student the opportunity to claim the credit they’ve earned. The AP Program will communicate the details of these additional solutions to your AP educators when they are available.
The College Board’s focus will remain on student safety and ensuring all students have opportunities to receive the credit they have earned during this challenging time.
For more information about the changes, visit bit.ly/2ylNwhf.
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