Hi and thanks for dropping by to learn more about writing an Advanced Placement Exam.
Writing an Advanced Placement Exam is an enrichment opportunity for ALL students. Taking an AP Exam allows high school students to learn a subject in greater depth than a high school level course. There are 36 courses to choose from in 9 subject areas. See apstudent.collegeboard.org/apcourse for course list.
Why write an AP exam? AP enables you to: - Stand out in college/university admission - Earn a college/university credit - Skip introductory college/university classes - Save money on tuition - Build college skills and confidence - Explore potential majors based on your interests - Just for the LOVE OF LEARNING!!! apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/ap-brochure.pdf
Students who write and receive scores of 4 or 5 (A or A+) may receive credit at many universities in Canada, the U.S. and overseas.
Two lunch time meetings, one on Friday, September 20 in the school library and the second on Friday, September 27 in room 211., will take place to answer any questions from students. It is recommended that you attend just one.
The deadline to sign up for the May 2020 exams is Friday November 1st. The first step is to bring the fee of $100 USD per exam (cash or money order) and a sign-up form to either Mr Pearce or Mrs Normet in the Special Education / Ridge Room workroom 214. Once you do that, the last step is to sign in to the AP website and join the exam-only classroom with a special code that will be given to you. apstudents.collegeboard.org/
A mandatory pre-exam meeting will be held in the library over the lunch hour or after school on a day yet to be determined nApril, 2019. Exact date TBD. This is a meeting for all students who are writing an AP Exam.
*Non Halton District School Board students cannot write AP exams at Iroquois Ridge High School. *Non Iroquois Ridge, but Halton School Board students, can write an AP exam as long as an Iroquois Ridge student is also writing the same exam. *Language writing AP exams has a max of 3 students on a first-come, first-served basis (first 3 students to sign up). This includes French, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, & German language exams