I’ve been granted exam accommodations by the College Board in the past. Do I need to apply again?
- Some accommodations are administered differently across College Board programs. For example, for AP, if you’re approved for extended time you won’t be automatically provided extra breaks. Extra breaks would need ot be requested as a separate accommodation for AP.
- AP Exam subjects have different components and what may be appropriate for one exam subject may not apply to another exam. For example, if you’re approved for extended time for math only, you wouldn’t receive extended time for an AP English Literature and Composition Exam.
If you have previously been approved by College Board for testing accommodations (for example, when you took the PSAT/NMSQT or SAT), you do not need to submit a new request.
Once your accommodations are approved by College Board, they remain in effect until one year after high school graduation (with some limited exceptions) and can be used on the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, and AP Exams.
However, keep in mind the following:
If you have any questions about whether your existing approved accommodations are applicable for AP, talk to your school’s SSD coordinator.
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