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    AP and School SAT Exams
    Posted on 12/19/2018
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    AP exams are offered to students enrolled in an AP class at Nathan Hale or another Seattle Public School high school.

    Registration for AP exams will begin Monday, January 7, 2019 and closes Wednesday, February 27 at 5:00 pm. Students register online at Total Registration. Each exam will cost $102 and payment will be made through SchoolPay via the Source. The Fiscal Office will accept cash and checks. Students will complete their pre-administration session online and their responses will be printed on their answer sheet.

    We will continue to offer a reduced price of $15 per exam for students qualify for F/R lunch. When registering, please check the box indicating that you qualify for the reduced price.

    AP Exam Time Schedule for May 2019

    Exams will take place in the Library. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the time listed below. Students arriving after the start of the exam will forfeit their exam.

    Date

    Exam

    Exam Begins

    May 6

    Environmental Science

    12:00 pm

    May 7

    Spanish Language and Culture

    8:00 am

    May 7

    Japanese Language and Culture

    12:00 pm

    May 8

    English Literature and Composition

    8:00 am

    May 10

    Computer Science Principles

    12:00 pm

    May 14

    Calculus AB

    8:00 am

    May 15

    English Language and Composition

    8:00 am

    May 16

    Statistics

    12:00 pm

    May 17

    Computer Science A

    12:00 pm

    Visit the College Board website for more information about Advanced Placement testing and other information to help students prepare for exams.

    The School Day SAT will be administered at Nathan Hale to all juniors free of charge on March 6, 2019. Students are automatically registered by the school district and do not need to sign up. To prepare for the SAT, students can link their college board account to Khan Academy and get a personalized practice plan using the results of their PSAT/NMSQT exam. Students need a College Board account to access results online.