Advanced Placement (AP) Tests

May 4-14, 2015

Orlando Science High School

www.collegeboard.org


Advanced Placement (AP) classes are college-level classes offered in the high school setting.  Students who complete the course work may take an AP test which may award college credit(s).  Students enrolled in AP courses should anticipate college-level workloads and expectations.

Earning College Credit or Advanced Placement

With qualifying AP Exam scores, you can earn credit, advanced placement or both at the majority of colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.

Individual colleges and universities, not the College Board or the AP Program, grant course credit and placement. You should obtain a college’s AP policy in writing. You can usually find this information through the institution directly or by using the AP Credit Policy Info search at www.collegeboard.org/apcreditpolicy.

Colleges that receive your AP score report will typically notify you during the summer of any advanced placement, credit or exemption you have earned. You can also contact your college to find out how your AP Exam scores are being applied.

AP Test Exam Registration

To register for the AP test(s), please fill AP Test Registration Form and return it with exam fee to Mr. Dag by April 30th.

Cost of Each AP Test

The cost of each 2013-2014 AP test is $91. Make checks payable to Orlando Science Schools.

2015 AP Exam schedule

The 2015 AP Exams will be administered over two weeks in May: May 4 through 8 and May 11 through 15. Early testing or testing at times other than those published by the College Board is not permitted under any circumstances.

 

Week 1

Morning 8 a.m.

Afternoon 12 noon

Monday,
May 4

Chemistry
Environmental Science

Psychology

Tuesday,
May 5

Calculus AB 
Calculus BC

Chinese Language and Culture 
Seminar

Wednesday,
May 6

English Literature and Composition

Japanese Language and Culture
Physics 1: Algebra-Based

Thursday,
May 7

Computer Science A 
Spanish Language and Culture

Art History
Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Friday,
May 8

German Language and Culture
United States History

European History

 

Week 2

   

 

Monday,
May 11

Biology 
Music Theory

Physics C: Mechanics

 

Tuesday,
May 12

United States Government and Politics

French Language and Culture
Spanish Literature and Culture

 

Wednesday,
May 13

English Language and Composition

Statistics

 

Thursday,
May 14

Comparative Government and Politics 
World History

Italian Language and Culture 
Macroeconomics

 

Friday,
May 15

Human Geography
Microeconomics

Latin

 

Information 


AP and the Cost of College

Bulletin for AP Students and Parents 2013-14 English