What to Bring to the Exam Room

 Bring No. 2 pencils for your multiple-choice answer sheet, pens with black or dark blue ink for completing areas on the   exam booklet covers and for free-response questions in most exams, and your government-issued or school-issued   photo I.D.

 What Not to Bring to the Exam Room

  Don't bring any electronic equipment or communication devices, like cell phones, smartphones, tablets or anything        else   that can access the internet, any cameras or other photographic equipment, ear buds, or even any watches         that beep or   have an alarm (or smartwatches). 
  You may not have any food or drink in the exam room, including bottled  water.
  A complete list of “What to Bring to the Exam Room” and “What NOT to Bring to the Exam Room” can be found in   the Bulletin for AP Students and Parents.


 If you are allowed to use a calculator on your AP Exam, review the calculator policies to make sure you bring an   acceptable calculator for your particular exam.


 During the break between Sections I and II of your AP Exam, or during any other unscheduled breaks, you are not   allowed to consult textbooks, notes, teachers, or other students; and you may not use any electronic or        communication   devices, like your cell phone, for any reason.
  Also, you may not leave the building at any time during the exam administration, including during a scheduled          break.
 Remember, whether it is during breaks or after the exam, you must not communicate anything to anyone, including your   classmates and your teachers, about the multiple-choice questions that appeared on your AP Exam.

 Discussing Exam Questions

  Do not email, text, post, or in any other way circulate AP Exam information through any kind of social media, or your AP    Exam score may be canceled and you could also be banned from taking future AP Exams.
  If the free-response content on your AP Exam has been posted to the College Board website two days after the   regularly   scheduled exam, you may discuss it. Multiple-choice content is never released and therefore may never be   discussed.
  The AP Exam is intended to be a fair assessment of your academic ability. Sharing exam information in any   unauthorized   way compromises the integrity of the exam for all AP students, and for the colleges and universities that   grant credit or advanced placement for qualifying AP scores.

 Reporting Exam Day Problems

 If you believe there is a problem while you are taking the exam (e.g., you aren’t given enough time for a section of the   exam, or the directions you receive are incorrect), notify your AP coordinator immediately so necessary action can be   taken as soon as possible. If that doesn’t resolve the situation, speak to your principal.
 If you are home-schooled or do not have an AP coordinator at your school, contact AP Services.

 Reporting Ambiguous or Incorrect AP Exam Questions

 AP Exam questions are developed and reviewed carefully by qualified education professionals. However, if you believe   there is a problem with a question, print and complete the AP Exam Question Ambiguity and Error Form (.pdf/479 KB),   and mail or fax it to AP Assessment Development no later than June 15 of the year you took the exam for necessary   action to be taken before scores are reported.
AP Assessment Development
P.O. Box 6671
Princeton, NJ 08541-6671
Fax: 610-290-8979
 Do not discuss the question with your exam proctor or your teacher.