Beginning on Wednesday, Florida students will have access to free, live Advanced Placement (AP) review lessons delivered by AP teachers from across the country. These optional, mobile-friendly classes are designed to be used alongside work that may be given by schools.
“I applaud the College Board for finding innovative ways for students to complete their Advanced Placement Courses,” said Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran. “It is vitally important that students continue learning while their school campus is closed.”
In addition, for the 2019-20 AP Exam administration only, the College Board is developing secure 45-minute online exams for each course. These streamlined digital exams will not require any test booklet shipments, external proctors or any additional workload for schools.
The exam content will focus on what schools were able to complete by early March. Students can take the exam on any device they have access to – computer, tablet or smartphone – and other options may be available by contacting the College Board.
For more information, visit AP COVID-19 update.
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