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with anyone (including your AP teacher); or share them through
any means, including, but not limited to, e-mail, text messages, a
camera phone, and the Internet.
• You are not permitted to discuss the free-response questions
until 48 hours after the regularly scheduled exam administration.
Free-response questions that appear on alternate forms of the
exam may never be discussed.
• Cell phones, PDAs, MP3 players, e-mail/messaging devices, and
any other electronic or communication devices are prohibited in
the exam room. If you are observed using any of these devices
during testing or during breaks, you will be dismissed from the
exam room, and the device will be confiscated. • You may not consult textbooks, teachers, other students, any
electronic devices (including e-mail/messaging devices or cell
phones), or any other resources during the break between
Sections I and II of the exam, or during any unscheduled breaks.
• No one over the age of 21 may take, or review the content of,
an AP Exam. Regardless of age, teachers, department chairs,
tutors, individuals involved in test preparation services, or
educators of any kind (including, but not limited to, curriculum
spets, guidance counselors, or administrators) must not
take, or review the content of, an AP Exam.
2. Disclosure of secure test items: If you are discovered
disclosing through any means any multiple-choice question, any
free-response question from an alternate exam, or any freeresponse question from a regularly scheduled exam within 48
hours of its administration, the AP Program will automatically
cancel your exam grade.
3. Misconduct: If the AP Program or administration personnel find
that there is misconduct in connection with your exam, you will be
asked to turn in your exam materials and leave the testing room.
You may not return to the testing room, and your exam grades will
automatically be canceled.
Misconduct includes, but is not limited to, the following:
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- Spring '09