AP Testing

Payment and Registration

Exam Fee: $96 per exam with the exception of AP Seminar and AP Research Exams which are $144 per exam. $15 per exam for students who qualify for Free or Reduced lunch.

Payment for Full Year Courses & Fall Semester Courses: September  7, 2021 through November 1, 2021. (Note: This date is prior to the date given by College Board, but due to the volume of testing and processing time, this date is the final deadline for all FISD students)

Payment for Spring Semester Courses: January 19, 2022 through February 14, 2022  (Note: This date is prior to the date given by College Board, but due to the volume of testing and processing time, this date is the final deadline for all FISD students.)

Late Payment for Full Year Courses & Fall Semester Courses: January 19, 2022 through February 14, 2022  with a $50.00 additional fee per test.  Students must contact their campus CCMR Facilitator in order to request the exam and make payment.   (Note: This date is prior to the date given by College Board, but due to the volume of testing and processing time, this date is the final deadline for all FISD students)

Refunds: Refunds will be given in the form of a credit back to your OnlineSchoolFees account.  The refund could then be used for payment toward any fees paid for through OnlineSchoolFees for all students listed under that parent/guardian.  More information about OnlineSchoolFees and refunds can be found here

Students may request a full refund until November 1, 2021.  Starting November 2, 2021 - February 14, 2022 students may request a refund minus a $50.00 unused exam fee for a previously ordered AP exam.  There will be no refunds issued after this deadline. 

Frisco ISD Students Requesting AP Exam Only

Current Frisco ISD students may register to take an AP exam even if they are not taking the AP course. All requests for AP exams must be submitted to the CCMR Facilitator in writing by October 22, 2021. Late registration and payment is available to students January 19 – February 14, 2022.  After February 14, students will not be able to register for an exam. (Note: These dates are prior to the date given by College Board, but due to the volume of testing and processing time, these dates are the final deadline for all students.) Exam requests made during this window will incur a $50 late fee per exam.  

AP Exam Schedule Week 1

Test Dates Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 p.m.
Monday
May 2, 2022
AP United States Government and Politics

AP Japanese Language and Culture
AP Chemistry

AP Spanish Literature and Culture
Tuesday, May 3, 2022 AP Environmental Science   AP Psychology
Wednesday, May 4, 2022

AP English Literature and Composition
AP Comparative Government and Politics

AP Computer Science A 
Thursday
May 5, 2022
AP Human Geography

AP Macroeconomics
AP Seminar

AP Statistics 
Friday
May 6, 2022
AP European History

AP United States History 
AP Art History

AP Microeconomics 
 Art and Design—AP 2-D Art and Design, 3-D Art and Design, and Drawing: Last day for coordinators to submit digital portfolios (by 8 p.m. ET) and to gather 2-D Art and Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly.

Teachers should have forwarded students’ completed digital portfolios to coordinators before this date.

 

AP Exam Schedule Week 2

Test Dates Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 p.m.
Monday
May 9, 2022
AP Calculus AB

AP Calculus BC
AP Computer Science Principles

AP Italian Language and Culture
Tuesday
May 10, 2022
AP English Language and Composition  AP Physics C: Mechanics
IMPORTANT ALERT AFTERNOON (2 p.m.)
Special Exam time.
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
is the only exam given at 2 p.m. 
Wednesday
May 11, 2022
AP Chinese Language and Culture

AP Spanish Language and Culture
AP Biology 
Thursday
May 12, 2022
AP French Language and Culture

AP World History: Modern
AP Physics 1:Algebra Based 
Friday
May 13, 2022
AP German Language and Culture

AP Music Theory 
AP Latin

AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based  

Home-Schooled Students

The Texas legislature amended TEC 29.916 that requires school districts to allow home school students the opportunity to participate in PSAT/NMSQT and Advanced Placement (AP) testing that each district provides enrolled students. The statute also requires the district to notify the public via its website or local newspaper: of the dates of PSAT/NMSQT and AP tests; that home school students are eligible to take the test; and the procedures for registering for such tests. This public notice must be posted or published at the same time and with the same frequency as the notice of the tests given to students attending the school district.

Home schooled students desiring to take an Advanced Placement exam should contact the CCMR Facilitator of the high school where they are zoned to attend and request to take the exam(s). All requests for AP exams must be submitted to the CCMR Facilitator in writing by October 22, 2021. Late registration and payment is available to home-school students January 19 – February 7, 2022.  After February 7, home-school students will not be able to register for an exam. (Note: These dates are prior to the date given by College Board, but due to the volume of testing and processing time, these dates are the final deadlines for all home-school students.) Exam requests made during this window will incur a $50 late fee per exam.   

The CCMR Facilitator will provide specific information on how to register for these exams. Home-school students may only take AP exams that are offered at their zoned high school. Proof of residency will be required prior to registering for any exams. Home-school students sitting for exams on campus will be required to follow the FISD Student Code of Conduct. It is the responsibility of the home-school student to pay for all AP exam fees, should there be any fees. All testing dates are posted on the Frisco ISD website. (FISD Board Policy EK Legal)

SSD Accommodations

Students requesting accommodations must submit their request by January 18, 2022.  If accommodations are approved by the College Board, it is the student/parent’s responsibility to contact the CCMR Facilitator immediately to ensure that the appropriate test is ordered and accommodations can be arranged.

Late Testing

Frisco ISD will permit late testing under specific circumstances that meet the Frisco ISD guidelines below and comply with College Board’s requirements.  The campus CCMR Facilitator and principal will make the final decision on whether the campus will administer a late test for a student.

Late Testing - No Fee

A late-testing fee will not be charged for circumstances that are beyond the control of school officials and students. Students will be permitted to register for a late test under the following circumstances:

  • Conflict with tests that are mandated at the state or national level

  • Disabilities or accommodation issues (Determined by the campus AP coordinator)

  • Emergency: bomb scare, fire alarm, other emergency evacuation or closing

  • Emergency: serious injury, illness, or family tragedy (A serious injury or illness would need to be documented by a medical professional.  The campus AP coordinator and principal will make the final determination if late testing will be permitted for an illness or injury.)

  • Language lab scheduling conflict

  • Religious holiday/observance (Documentation is required to be submitted to the AP coordinator before the regular testing registration date closes.)

  • School closing: election, national holiday, or natural disaster

  • Strike/labor conflict

  • Three or more AP Exams on the same date

  • Two AP Exams on the same date and time

  • School sponsored academic contest/event

  • School sponsored athletic contest/event 

  • Ordering error: Please note that Frisco ISD will only request late exams due to ordering issues originating from the AP Coordinator and the College Board.  It is the responsibility of the student and parent to ensure that they have completed the online ordering process through OnlineSchoolFees. 

Late Testing-Fee 

A late-testing fee of $50 will be charged to students that have a choice between accepting the scheduled date and requesting an alternate date.  The campus AP Testing Coordinator and principal will make the final decision on whether the campus will administer a late test for a student. Students may be permitted to register for a late test in Frisco ISD under the following circumstances:

  • Family commitment: These circumstances would be rare and documentation would need to be  submitted to the AP Testing Coordinator and Principal well in advance of the original testing date.

  • Other school event

Testing Day Procedures

Due to the large volume of testing and confidential nature of the testing process, it is very important that students adhere to the following schedule:

Arrival & Start Times: Students are expected to arrive at the testing room by 7:30 AM. Personal Identification directions will begin at 7:45 AM. Exam specific instructions will begin promptly at 8:00 AM and students will not be let in after this time.  

Students are expected to arrive at the testing room by 11:30 AM. Personal Identification directions will begin at 11:45 AM.  Exam specific instructions will begin promptly at 12:00 PM and students will not be let in after this time.  

Students who are taking a morning and afternoon exam on the same day should plan to bring their lunch and may have an abbreviated time for lunch between exams.

If a student arrives late and misses the exam, no refunds will be given, nor will the student be able to register for late testing.

What to Bring to Testing Site

  • Several sharpened No. 2 pencils with erasers, for all responses on the multiple-choice answer sheet. 

  • Pens with black or dark blue ink for completing areas on the exam booklet covers and for free-response questions in most exams.

  • A watch that does not have internet access, does not beep, and does not have an alarm.

  • Up to two approved calculators with the necessary capabilities for the AP® Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, or Statistics exams. Visit the College Board Calculator Policy page to find the calculator policy for each subject and a list of approved graphing calculators.

  • A ruler or straightedge for taking the AP Physics exam. Protractors are not allowed.

What NOT to Bring to Testing Site

  • Electronic equipment (cell phone, smartphone, laptop, table computer, etc.), portable listening or recording devices (MP3 player, iPod®, etc.), cameras or other photographic equipment, devices that can access the internet, and any other electronic or communication devices. School-owned handheld recording devices are allowed only for the AP world language and culture exams and the AP Music Theory Exam.

  • Books, compasses, protractors, mechanical pencils, correction fluid, dictionaries, highlighters, notes, or colored pencils (unless highlighters or colored pencils have been pre-approved as an accommodation by the College Board Services for Students with Disabilities office prior to the exam date).

  • Scratch paper; notes can be made on portions of the exam booklets or, for Chinese Language, and Culture and Japanese Language and Culture, on scratch paper provided by the proctor.

  • Watches that beep or have an alarm, or smartwatches.

  • Computers (unless this has been pre-approved as an accommodation by the College Board Services for Students with Disabilities office prior to the exam).

  • Reference guides, keyboard maps, or other typing instructions.

  • Clothing with subject-related information.

Your browser is out-of-date.

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now

At this time the Frisco ISD website requires Internet Explorer 9 or later.

If you are on IE 9 or later and are seeing this error then your browser may be running as a previous version.

×