AP Exam Information

What is AP?








General/Annual Information

All AP Students must follow the steps below for each AP course they are taking.

1)    Create a College Board Account if you don’t already have one.  See account help link above. Only one account for student’s high school career for AP, ACT etc.

2)    Join their AP Class with Join Code – done under AP teacher’s instruction.  An exam can not be ordered if the student has not joined the class with join code.

3)    Pay for the exam through RevTrak


4)    Complete an Opt-Out Form  - One form per student listing each exam the student is not going to take.


Students commit to taking the AP exam, which takes place in May at the beginning of the school year in mid-October.  A letter is sent by USPS to each student taking an AP course in late September with the specific information for that year's AP exam.  If you do not receive a letter, contact the AP Coordinator.

Another letter is sent in March to all students who have committed to taking the exam with balance due information, exam dates, times, and locations.


AP Exam Payments

All AP exam payments must be made through RevTrak.  https://lakegenevaschools.revtrak.net/

Free or Reduced Lunch students receive Fee Reduced AP Exams but must pay the deposit by the fall deadline.  Applications for Free or Reduced Lunch are available on the Badger website.

Deciding to take the exam after the fall deadline will incur a $40 Late fee.

Balance due payments are requested in mid-March and are required before the student takes the exam.

Students forfeit the deposit if they decide after the fall deadline not to take the exam.


2024 AP Exam Schedule

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