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Advanced Placement (AP) Exams

AP Exam registration payments are available through the Lakeville District FeePay link. Be sure to select the correct AP exam, as tests are ordered through CollegeBoard as paid, and refunds will not be given out for any reason. 

Students should register/pay for each exam they wish to take this year.  Once on the high school registration website, select the “High School Exams” button and enter into the FeePay system with your username and password. (If new to FeePay, you will need to set up your account and assign family members) There, you will select the student’s name and search for the LNHS AP Exam(s) registration payment and place it into your check-out cart. Continue on until all exams are in your cart and ready to  check-out with your payment. Once payment is completed, students will be “registered” for the specific exam(s).

Students will be made aware of the Pre-Administration process for the exams on the LNHS daily announcements as the testing dates approach later in the spring. Students’ testing classrooms will be posted on their Infinite Campus class schedules approximately a week before the exams. On student’s exam days, students will need to report to their assigned classroom NO LATER than 15 minutes before the exam begins. NO LATE student entry will be allowed into the testing room, and no early dismissals from testing are allowed by CollegeBoard.

If you have any questions, please contact the LNHS Career Center.

AP Grade Levels Tested:   Specific LNHS courses 

Required Test: No, and is not a course class requirement. The score used for possible college accepted credits

Exam Preparation: Assistance by course instructor

Exam Results: Mailed to students by College Board (approx. Aug.)

Description: The AP exams are typically offered to students who have participated in high school Advanced Placement (AP) Program classes. However, AP exams can also be taken by any student who has taken strong courses, studied in-depth, or has a sufficient background in any of the subject areas. Students who complete AP classes demonstrate their mastery of subjects by qualifying grades on an AP exam. Individual colleges and universities have AP credit-granting and/or placement policies. If students earn a qualifying grade on an AP Exam, students may receive credit for the equivalent course at participating colleges and universities. Some colleges, states, and organizations consider AP Examination grades as contributing criteria for the awarding of scholarships and grants. Each year the state pays a part of the exam fee, and the remainder is paid by the student.  A separate payment is required for each test. Due to the test-ordering deadline, no late registrations will be accepted and no test will be ordered for anyone not paying the fee by the deadline. The registration payment is non-refundable after the registration deadline.   For more information on AP classes, visit to the LNHS homepage, curriculum tab, course descriptions, and advanced placement links.

College Board AP Exam Dates & Times:    2018-19

Test Date Week 1 Morning (7:45 AM) Afternoon (11:45 AM)
Mon., May 6, 2019 AP U.S. Government & Politics  
Tues., May 7, 2019   AP Physics 1
Weds., May 8, 2019 AP English Literature & Composition AP European History
Thurs., May 9, 2019 AP Chemistry AP Psychology
Friday, May 10, 2019 AP U.S. History AP Physics 2
 Test Date Week 2  Morning (7:45 AM)  Afternoon (11:45 AM)
Mon., May 13, 2019 AP Biology AP Physics C
Tues., May 14, 2019 AP Calculus AB & BC AP Human Geography
Weds., May 15, 2019 AP English Language & Composition AP Macroeconomics
Thurs., May 16, 2019 AP Comparative Gov’t & Politics  AP Statistics
  AP World History  
Friday, May 17, 2019 AP Microeconomics AP Computer Science A
  AP Music Theory  


Preliminary Student Achievement Test

National Merit Program Scholarship Qualifying Test for JUNIORS

Required Test: Optional Test Preparation: Collegeboard.com Test Results: Students notified to pick up in Dec. (LNHS Career Center) Description: The PSAT test is available for typically junior students. It can be taken as a practice test for the SAT college entrance exam as a sophomore student. (The SAT college entrance test score is typically needed for colleges that are located outside the Midwest.) This test score is also used for eligibility the National Merit Program and Scholarship in grade 11 only. Sophomores can also take the test as a pre-SAT testing aide, however, they will need to take the test again as a Junior to qualify for the National Merit Program.

Test Date & Times:  OCTOBER 10, 2018     (7:00-11:00am)

Week of testing, paid students will find their testing room location on their Infinite Campus schedule.


Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)

Grade Levels Tested: 11th grade Required Test: Yes, results are a part of each student’s career portfolio Test Preparation: Not required Test Results: Students receive in Nov. (from their dean at Junior meetings) Description: The ASVAB test is given to all juniors, and is a multiple aptitude test that helps students identify, understand and organize information about their interests, skills, work-related values and how students can develop and achieve future career goals. This test is offered to all high schools nationwide by armed services and does not involve passing or failing. Results will not be released to recruiting military services. Results will be used for career exploration and post-secondary planning.

Test Date & Time:  NOVEMBER 6, 2018  (8:00am)


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