AP and CU Gold
AP Late exam schedule June 1-5
AP Exam Troubleshooter for Students - If you ran into a tech issue or conflict on initial test day, you can request a late online make-up exam. Request form link is below.
· College Board Account Issues: Troubleshoot using the College Board Account Help page
· Prepare Your Testing Device: Refer to the following to help ensure your testing device is ready for exams:
· AP Exam Date Questions: Visit the AP 2020 Exam Schedule site
· AP Exam Process Questions: View the AP 2020 Testing Guide for detailed information
o E-Ticket Concerns: Can also be accessed at myap.collegeboard.org
o Exam Day Checklist: Can be accessed at the AP 2020 Exam Day Checklist link
· AP Accommodation Questions: Visit the AP 2020 Exam Accommodations site
· AP Spanish, French, & German Language Questions: Visit the AP World Languages & Culture exam-specific site (the app was released on May 11 in Google Play & Apple Store)
· Pre-Exam Practice: Visit the AP Exam Demo site
All Other Questions: Refer to the FAQ page from the College Board
CU Succeed - Ordering official college transcripts:
Order college transcripts for CU Succeed by June 15 to be sent to college of your choice. If you have taken courses from either/or university, you will only need to order from one of the colleges. Your transcript will show all CU Succeed courses taken. When ordering, click on Create Account since you will be ordering transcripts for the first time. You will need your CU ID number – contact UCCS or UCD registrar to confirm CU ID number if you don’t have access, or contact Mrs. Schulzki at firstname.lastname@example.org Students can login to their CU account using their username and password to access their unofficial CU transcript. If you have issues ordering your transcripts, contact the registrar at either/or university. They can help you place an order for your official transcripts.
Order CU Succeed transcripts through UCCS: https://www.uccs.edu/registrar/transcripts
Order CU Succeed transcripts through UCD: http://www.ucdenver.edu/student-services/resources/Registrar-dev/PlanYourDegree/Pages/Transcripts.aspx
AP Exam - Requesting Exception Testing – June 22-30
The AP Exception Testing Request Form will open on June 1 (today) at 12 p.m. ET, and close on June 7 at 6 p.m. ET. This is for students who had a Late Makeup test conflict, took ill, had tech issues, or had some kind of conflict during the AP Late Makeup Testing window.
To complete the form, students will need the AP Makeup Request Key from their most recent e-ticket for the exam they want to take. If they can’t find their e-ticket email, a backup copy is available in their My AP account. They need to find the exam subject in their account and click the link below their e-ticket to copy the Makeup Request Key to their clipboard.
Students who are approved for this final testing window will receive confirmation the week of June 15 and will receive an e-ticket two days before their exam.
https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/educators/taking-the-exams/ap-exam-schedule/exception-testing-dates - all dates and times for the AP exception late makeup indicated by Mountain Time
If students have any questions, please contact your AP teacher and/or Mrs. Schulzki - email@example.com