• Schedule of Makeup AP Exams - June 1 - 5, 2020

    • You will be emailed an e-ticket 48 hours before your exam if you are scheduled to take a makeup exam. It will also be available at myap.collegeboard.org.   Here is an image of a sample e-ticket.


      Yellow box that says click here to go to your exam

     

    • You can makeup the exam only if:

      • You DID log on to your exam but something went wrong. You had to submit a request within 48 hours of taking your exam and then be approved for the makeup. 

       

      • You DID NOT log on to take your exam in May.  You have then been automatically reassigned to take the makeup exam.  


    • If you have two exams at the same time, you should take one exam on the makeup date and request to take the other one during the June 22–30 exception testing dates.


    • Contact tharding@pps.net and alortz@pps.net if you have any difficulties accessing your exam.

     

     

     

    9:00 am

    Log on at 8:30

    11:00 am

    Log on at 10:30

    1:00 pm 

    Log on at 12:30

    Monday,

    June 1

    United States Govt

    Physics C: Mech.

    Human Geography

    Physics C: E & M

    Calculus AB

    Calculus BC

    Tuesday,

    June 2

    English Literature 

    Spanish Literature

    Physics 1

    European History

    Chemistry

    Physics 2

    Wednesday,

    June 3

    United States History

    Chinese Language

    Environmental Science

    Computer Science A

    Biology



    Thursday,

    June 4

    World History: Modern

    Macroeconomics

    Spanish Language 

    Comparative Govt

    Statistics

    French Language

    Friday,

    June 5

    English Language 

    German Language

    Japanese Language 

    Italian Language 

    Microeconomics

    Psychology

    Music Theory

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Gretchen Schlag
Director of AVID & AP
(503) 916-3216
Tara Harding
AP TOSA (Teacher on Special Assignment)
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District Testing Coordinator
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