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Register for AP exams before it’s too late

The final day for registration is Nov. 8
Raul Mares
AP testing is coming up; It’s not too late to register.

College Board holds its annual Advanced Placement (AP) testing during the first couple weeks of May. Even though the exam isn’t required, participation is strongly recommended. 

For students interested in taking the test, it is crucial to register before the Nov. 8 deadline. 

If registered after the deadline, an additional late fee of $40 will be added to the cost of $90, making the total $130.00. Even students who qualify for free and reduced lunch must pay this additional fee if registered late.

To register for AP exams, sign into your RevTrak account. After signing into your account, go to the “AP Exams 23-24” link and follow the prompts. 

Admin would like to ensure payment for AP exams is not a prohibiting factor in registering. If you need help with partial or full scholarships or payment plans, contact Ms. Laporte at [email protected]

As for students and parents who have decided not to test, be sure to contact Ms. Laporte so this can be documented.

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Enola Potter, Writer
Enola Potter is a junior. She enjoys spending time with her kitty, long drives, and dancing to music. She is part of Mead's varsity cheer team as well as speech & debate. She is looking forward to writing more opinion pieces, poetry, cheering at football games, and meeting new friends.
Raul Mares, Writer
Raul Mares is a sophomore. It's his second year on The Mav. He's looking forward to writing a lot of great and interesting pieces for others to read and enjoy.
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