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Advanced Placement Exam

Last Updated: 8/25/2021 3:23 PM

Advanced Placement Exam

DCHS FALL 2021 AP EXAM REGISTRATION

IMPORTANT:
Once a student registers to the class site, the student must change their testing status from "undecided" to "taking" the exam.
Student registration ends November 1st
Students will register via the course website with the DCHS teacher
The cost is $94.00 per AP Exam
Please make checks payable to Daviess County High School. (BRING THE CHECKS TO THE DCHS GUIDANCE OFFICE)
Free & Reduced Lunch students: DCHS will pay for their test and DCPS will reimburse the school. However, F/R students still need to register online and select the fee waiver option.

Please contact Neil Hayden, neil.hayden@daviess.kyschools.us or Kris Shaw, kris.shaw@daviess.kyschools.us if you have any
questions.  

 

If you are a student needing accommodations for testing, please contact Shannon Matthis at shannon.matthis@daviess.kyschools.us
 

With qualifying AP exam scores students have the opportunity to earn college credit. It is dependent upon how the college or
university accepts the transfer exam score. Check with the institution directly or use the AP Credit Policy Info search
at www.apstudents.org/creditpolicy to see how taking the exam will benefit you!

REFUND POLICY
Students who cancel an exam by Friday, April 22, 2022 are entitled to a refund of the exam fee minus a cancellation fee of $20.00 (per exam cancelled).
       After Friday, April 22, 2022 there are no refunds.
       Late fees are nonrefundable.

Week 1 AP Schedule (2022)


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Week 2 AP Schedule (2022)

 

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PUBLIC NOTICE

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