Advanced Placement Digital Library
Rice University's Advanced Placement Digital Library (APDL) is a collection of Internet resources that have been reviewed for their educational merit in an AP or Pre-AP classroom. Advanced Placement (AP) teachers and students will find resources linked to the AP content outlines, published by the College Board, in biology, physics, and chemistry.
All About the Exams
There is a lot more to an AP Exam than meets the eye. In this section we provide a glimpse behind the scenes of the two-year development process of one of the largest exam administrations in the world.
AP Central is the official online home for anyone interested in or involved with the Pre-AP or AP Programs®. General information about the AP Program is also available from this site. To access the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on AP courses and exams, as well as unique resources and tools, you will need to register.
College Board's School Ordering Services
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The College Board® Advanced Placement Program offers 34 courses in 19 disciplines. At this site, you can select the official AP Course Description for the most up-to-date information about each course and exam.
The AP Coordinator notifies AP students of where and exactly when the exams they are taking will be given. Exam proctors should allow about an hour for various pre- and post-administration activities and from two to three hours for each AP Exam.
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