ACT / SAT / PSAT
AP (Advanced Placement)
Students may register to take the AP exams at Woodrow. To register:
- All students will be responsible for ordering their AP exams online.
- Website for AP registration: www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/441835
- Enrolled in AP or IB Classes: $0.00
- IB, Retakes and non AP students: Free/Reduced Lunch - $15.00, Non Free/Reduced Lunch-$89.00
- Late Testing: Free/Reduced Lunch-$0.00, Non Free/ Reduced Lunch-$89.00 + $45.00 = $134.00 (per exam)
- Late Exam Ordering – extra $55.00 for all students; Free/Reduced included so please register by March 7, 2014.
For more information contact:
Mr. Michael Ruiz, Assistant Principal & Testing Administrator
Testing Room Number: 972-502-4452
NOTE: Please be aware that Woodrow does not use nor does it recognize exam orders placed online through the College Board. The ONLY way to register for an AP Exam administered at Woodrow is to follow the steps outlined above. If you choose to order AP Exams through an online system, you should pay careful attention to where the exam is being given as you will have to go to that location to take your test.
- Students are not penalized for wrong answers.
- AP tests are a product of the CollegeBoard company. You register for them in the Counseling Office in the Spring. Woodrow sets the price to administer the exam each year.
- You take an AP (Advanced Placement test) at the end of an AP course. They are scored 1-5. If you get a 3-5 you may get college credit for a course taken in high school.
- You can take an AP exam for a course you are not enrolled in and study for it on your own.
Students must pass each subject to receive diploma and graduate on time.
Algebra I - Passing Score is 3500
Biology - Passing Score is 3500
English I - Passing Score is 3750
English II - Passing Score is 3750
US History - Passing Score is 3500
ACP and EOC (End of Course)
These tests are given at the end of each semester and part of a semester grade in the subjects they are given in. See the testing coordinator to make up an exam if you miss them due to health reasons or extenuating circumstance.