Due to COVID-19, the College Board recently updated the 2021 AP Exam Schedule in order to offer schools a third exam window that includes an option for a full-length Digital Exam. The digital exams will be administered simultaneously worldwide so the exam time varies by time zone. Total Registration has created an Interactive 2021 AP Exam Schedule that shows the schedule based on time zone and is sortable by exam name as well as date. Please note, schools determine which admin sessions they will offer, so it is important for students to look out for their school's announcements regarding their particular AP exam schedule.
Total Registration has added several tools to help with issues created by the College Board's fall AP exam ordering deadline:
These new tools are on top of the existing TR tools/features:
Take a couple of minutes to view our short AP Service video overview. Here you can see how simple AP Exam Registration can be.
Depending on the speed of your Presenter connection, you may want to make the video full screen and increase the resolution (720p).
We have used Total Registration for two years now and it has been an outstanding experience. We have a large AP program and Total Registration has saved me hours since I no longer have to enter all of the test registration information on spreadsheets. They have reports for things that you don't even realize you need, but have been very useful. If I have any problems, questions or suggestions, they are very quick to help and respond. They are very knowledge about the AP program and very customer focused.
I can't ever imagine having our AP registration without Total Registration.
As a first year high school testing coordinator, at a fairly large school, I knew nothing about AP. A fellow coordinator had used Total Registration and encouraged me to do the same. I loved the ease of it and the reports I could run to help me with ordering, with free/reduced lunch waivers, counts, and communication with those registered. The kids could register at their convenience and parents could pay online. I hate to think of the record keeping I would have to do had I not used TR. It was a life saver.
Thank all of you for all you have done! Everything has been wonderful, again this year (2019-2020).
Congrats on staying ahead of the curve!
I used to do a mail merge to make the labels for our students. I was skeptical that TR could do the labels as well as I did them. Guess what?! They were awesome! They had the exact information that I included, in the same order! I am very impressed with how well you know the needs of the AP coordinator! I LOVE that the answer sheets were put in order by exam and then by name! I just absolutely LOVE that we didn't have to re-alphabetize everything at the beginning! And the seating charts! LOVE! I am so thankful for you!!!
Our school used Total Registration for the first time this year, based upon several conversations I had as AP Coordinator with Mike Elings, General Manager. I was able to see how the registration process worked and thought that it would be worth our time trying this out. In the past, I have had students pay at our school site, and there were errors in what they were paying for. Due to the volume of tests that our students take, accuracy is important. I particularly liked that they could select what they wanted to pay for and that teachers could check the rosters of who had paid. In addition, I was able to state our school policies easily so that there were no errors. I also liked that they had to supply a working e-mail address for both student and parent (our school's e-mails that we have on file are sometimes wrong), so if I needed to contact them, I could easily.
We will definitely be using Total Registration in the future for AP exam registration!