Access to all class assignments and announcements is available through Remind. @34fhfg
Buckle in...lots of info here.
1. I attached the AP testing guide. It's long and I know most of you won't read it but it literally answers all questions. At the very least please watch the video (link below) which summarizes the important stuff from the packet.
2. The College Board has created a demo exam (link below) which will walk you through all the steps you will do on test day minus actually answering questions. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you do this so you are not flustered/lost/confused come test day.
3. Here is the complete list of what you need to have for the exam.
I attached the equations/formulas sheet. If you can print it that would probably be easiest but if not it'll be ok. At the very least download it to a device for easy access.
4. I also attached the exam day checklist to help you organize yourself.
The following info is copied/pasted from my email.
Two Days Before Each Exam
Confirm that registered students have located their e-ticket. Two days before each exam, students will receive an email with their unique exam e-ticket that includes their AP ID. On exam day, students will use their e-ticket to access the exam. If a student hasn't received their exam e-ticket by email, they can access it through their student account on My AP. E-tickets are nontransferable and shouldn't be shared with anyone. Students who haven't been receiving College Board emails still have time to confirm their contact information.
On Exam Day
Remind students to click their e-ticket to check in 30 minutes before exam start time. Students should allot 80 minutes for each exam—30 minutes to enter their AP ID, name, and other information, and 50 minutes to draft and submit their responses. Make sure your students know their local testing time, since each subject's exam will be taken simultaneously worldwide.
If a student accidentally closes the browser, their device crashes, or they temporarily lose internet access, they can quickly click their exam e-ticket again to return to the exam. They should continue the exam, and if they feel at the end of the exam that the temporary disruption negatively impacted their performance, they can request approval to take the makeup exam at cb.org/requestmakeup. Students can also request a makeup exam if they've lost too much time due to a technical problem, can't connect to their exam, or experienced some other serious disruption.
File attachments can be found in the file library.
I will be sending you this info on Remind as well but just in case here we go...
I have updated the Google Drive with the next several chapters guided readings and workbooks. I am still having connectivity issues so I am still unable to upload my large powerpoints but hopefully they will be coming soon. I would suggest reading the chapters and at least completing the workbook material to prepare yourselves for the exam. I will add links to a few helpful videos this week as well as the next chapters you will need to check out to be fully prepared for the exam.
Remember that the exam will last 45 minutes, be online and made exclusively of FRQ questions
Also College Board has created online lessons for topics we will not be able to cover in the time we have left.