Register—or confirm your existing registration—in My AP.
If your school requires you to indicate your exam registration, you'll see a Register button in your class section view in My AP after you join your class sections. Clicking this button will let your coordinator know that you plan to take the exam, and they will order it for you. If you don’t see that button, it means you’ve already been automatically registered for the exam.
If you’d like to register for an exam after November, your order may be subject to a late fee. You’ll need to ask your AP coordinator to update your registration. If your class doesn’t start until the spring or you’ve transferred to a new school after the exam ordering deadline, don’t worry—your coordinator will be able to order your exam, and you won’t be charged a late order fee.
Talk to your school AP coordinator about paying exam fees.
You can’t pay for your exam on this website. Your AP coordinator will collect any fees that you owe.
AP Myth vs AP RealityMyth
I don't think I will score high enough on the AP Exam to get college credit.Reality
You don’t need to score a 5. Many colleges grant credit — and placement as well — based on a 3 or better on an AP Exam.Myth
Taking AP courses could hurt my GPAReality
Your decision to take an AP course shows admission officers that you’re willing to take on the academic challenge of college-level course work and expectations.
These are the AP Courses Offered at BHS: