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AP Exam Ticket Example

Your AP Exam E-Ticket

You'll receive your e-ticket by email two days before each test. 

On exam day, you’ll need this e-ticket to check in to your exam. 


  • You'll get a unique ticket for each exam you’re registered for.
  • Each e-ticket is personalized for YOU and isn't transferrable.
  • DON’T SHARE your e-ticket with anyone —you could lose your chance to test.

Tasks to complete ASAP 

take 5 minutes and watch this very informative video that walks you through exam day!
Complete an exam day interactive demo walk-through, It will allow you to practice different ways to submit your responses. You may do this starting on 5/4/2020. It will allow you to practice the different ways to submit your responses. If you can't connect to this demo from your planned testing device, you'll not be able to access the real exam on test day. Update your browser (see tips on slide 51). Then try again. If you still can't access the Demo, you MUST contact Ms. Lee for trouble-shooting assistance.
REQUIRED: Download an exam day checklist for each AP exam you will be taking and complete it!!! Then keep it handy for exam day. Come to the AEC to pick up copies on Mondays. 

Technical Information 


Make sure you have an appropriate, working device to test with. 

  • iPad is an appropriate device, if you have a laptop or desktop, those work, except with World Language exams (phone and tablet only)  
  • You MUST disable the Grammarly plug-in on your device if you have it - it interferes with the exam program. 
  • AP Exam will only open in the latest versions of Chrome(preferred), Firefox, Safari, or Edge. 
    • Make sure to update your browser to the latest version well in advance of test day.
    • Important: 2020 AP Exams won't work in Internet Explorer.

You MUST have internet or cellular connection 

  • RECOMMENDED IF YOU PLAN TO TYPE YOUR RESPONSES: Microsoft Word, Google Docs, Notes, or another app to enter and save text 
  • Check your phone before submitting photos! Heic files are not accepted.
  • Unexpected events may occur when testing at home, so you will benefit from additional preparation and technology checks!! 

During the exam: 

If you accidentally close the browser, your device crashes, or you temporarily lose internet access, you can quickly click your exam e-ticket again to return to the exam. Continue the exam, and if you feel at the end of the exam that the temporary disruption has negatively impacted your performance, you can request approval to take the makeup exam at  Make-up Request starting May 11. During your exam, DO NOT refresh your browser or hit the back button!


What happens if I have a technical issue during my exam? 

You'll be able to request an e-ticket for June makeup dates if you have any disruption during your May exam. 

You'll receive your makeup e-ticket two days before your exam. 



Calculus A/B and B/C: RECOMMENDED  for typing: Keyboarding Tip Sheet for the 2020 AP Calculus Exams 

ALL Subjects: Required Exam Day Checklist 

If you don’t have a printer, to print copies of required or recommended docs. Please inform Ms.Lee (  ASAP!!!! I am happy to print them and arrange a no-contact drop off. I MUST know by no later than 5/8/2020. 

Alternatively, you can download them to your device.


2020 AP Exam Calendar

Week 1

Morning 9 a.m.

Late Morning 11 a.m.

Afternoon 1 p.m.

Monday, May 11

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism(1)


Tuesday, May 12


Calculus AB/  Calculus BC


Wednesday, May 13


English Literature and Composition 

AP European History   

Thursday, May 14

Spanish Literature


Physics 1:  Algebra Based

Friday, May 15


United States History


Week 2

Morning 9 a.m.

Late Morning 11 a.m.

Afternoon 1 p.m.

Monday, May 18


Environmental Science

Tuesday, May 19


AP Psychology 


Wednesday, May 20


English Language and Composition  


Thursday, May 21

French Language and Culture


Friday, May 22

Comparative Government and Politics 


Spanish Language and Culture


  •  Do your best to test by yourself in a quiet room.
  • Remove distractions. 
  • Enable the do not disturb or quiet setting on your device. 
  • Let your parents, guardians, siblings, and friends know when you’ll be testing so they don’t disturb you. 
  • Make sure your device is plugged in. 
  • If you have limited bandwidth, ask others on your network to limit their use of the internet during your exam, particularly high bandwidth activities (e.g., games like Fortnite and streaming services like Netflix). 
  • Have your checklist and any required documents next to you. 


Exam Day Reminders:

  • Have your checklist ready
  • Have your device checked and charged/
  • Check in 30 minutes before the test start time
  • Complete your identity information and wait for exam to start