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For example, if you want to submit a portfolio for both Drawing and
2-D Design, you will need to submit two separate portfolios and
pay two separate fees.
• You may repeat an exam in a subsequent year. In this case, both grades will be reported unless you request that one be withheld or
canceled (see page 10).
Students taking AP Exams give permission to the College Board to
release their contact information to researchers supportive of the
College Board’s mission. fees
Exam Fees The fee for each exam is $ 84. The amount you pay, however,
• The College Board provides a $22 fee reduction* per exam for students with acute financial need. In addition, your school may
forgo its $8 rebate for each fee-reduced exam, making the final cost to you $54 per exam. Most states provide federal and/or state funds to supplement the College Board fee reduction. Check with
your AP Coordinator to learn more about fee reductions and state
and district subsidies.
• If you paid for an AP Exam but then decided not to take it, you may ask your Coordinator for a refund, but only if you did not begin the
exam. Once you begin an exam—that is, once you write on an
exam booklet or answer sheet—you cannot receive a refund. Local
school policy determines the amount of the refund. You may be
required by your school to pay the $13 fee the school is charged for each unused exam.
* or internal purposes, such as an audit or invoice verification, a state may request from F
the College Board the names of its public school students who receive fee reductions; in
such cases, the state will agree to maintain the confidentiality of such data. grades
Exam Grades Your AP Exam grade is a weighted combination of your scores on the
multiple-choice section and on the free-response section. The final
grade is reported on a 5-point scale:
5 = extremely well qualified
4 = well qualified
3 = qualified
2 = possibly qualified
1 = no recommendation
The AP Program conducts studies in all AP subjects to compare
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- Spring '09
- AP, Academic transfer, Harlan Hanson