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2016 AP EXAM INFORMATION

 

TO REGISTER/PAY:

www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/053880 

 

FEES:           

Tests ordered and paid by March 4th          $98.00

Tests ordered and paid after March 4th      $123.00 (late fee $25.00 per exam)

Tests ordered and paid after March 11th    $148.00 (late fee $50.00 per exam)

 

REGISTRATION ENDS:

Wednesday, March 16th

 

MANDATORY PRE-ADMINISTRATION MEETINGS:

Monday, April 11th, 7:30 am or 2:40 pm in the PAC

Monday, April 18th, 7:30 am or 2:40 pm in the PAC/Science Lab

 

FINANCIAL HELP: 

See Mrs. Treto or Mrs. King by Feb. 17, 2016

 

WHAT TO BRING TO EXAM:

Pencils (#2)

Pens (Black or dark blue ink)

Approved Calculator (some exams)

Ruler (for AP Physics only)

 

WHAT NOT TO BRING TO EXAM:

Electronic Devices

Books/Compasses/Protractors

Mechanical pencils/Highlighters/Color Pencil

Watches that beep or have alarm/Smart Watches

Food/Drink

AP INFORMATION

1/16/16
We have put together an at-a-glance calendar of opportunities for college-bound students. As things are added, we will update it and then update the website if needed.  Hopefully this will make it easier to organize these opportunities.

Remember:

99% of school take ACT or SAT scores equally

Spring of junior year is prime time for those exams

Students who haven't taken the bulk of Algebra 2 might get frustrated by taking practice exams for the ACT or the SAT

Consult your counselor if you have any concerns or questions.
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11/19/15

Please open the attached document for all of the necessary information for A.P. Exams in May 2016.  

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9/15/15

There will be a change, and I think an improvement, to the FASFA process for the Class of 2017.  I have attached a link to a Forbes article that discusses the change and how it can impact families financially, and how it can help in applying to colleges you can actually afford.

At the bottom of the article there are some great links regarding colleges as well.

Happy reading.

 

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Notes

11/19/15

Here is the link to the Total Registration website for Great Oak High School.  This allows parents and students to easily register and pay for exams.  Please reference the AP Parent Letter for more specific information regarding this process.

 

https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/053880

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Free and Reduced Lunch FAQ

If your student is enrolled in TVUSD's free and reduced lunch program, please enter this information when registering for AP exams through the Total Registration site.

 

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