The 2019 AP tests run from May 6-17 2019, with tests in the morning and afternoon nearly each school day. With over 1,740 tests being given in 31 subjects in the two-week time frame, plenty of students will be finishing their hard work with the hope to get a stellar score.

We’ve collected the AP Testing schedule and other information for students who are taking the test. Take a look below.


Week of May 6-10



7:30 AP US Government and Politics Main Gym
11:30 Environmental Science Main Gym
Chinese Language and Culture C212

TUE 5/7

7:30 Spanish Language and Culture Lecture Hall
11:30 Physics 1: Algebra Based Main Gym
WED 5/8 7:30 English Literature and Composition Main Gym
11:30 French Language and Culture C212
European History Library Classroom
THU 5/9 7:30 Chemistry Lecture Hall
Spanish Literature and Culture Library Classroom
11:30 German Language and Culture Library Classroom
Psychology Main Gym
FRI 5/10 7:30 US History Main Gym
11:30 Physics 2: Algebra Based Lecture Hall

Week of May 13-17



7:30 Biology Main Gym
11:30 Physics C: Mechanics Lecture Hall
1:30 Physics C: E & M Lecture Hall


TUE 5/14

7:30 Calculus AB Main Gym
Calculus BC Lecture Hall
11:30 Art History Library Classroom
Human Geography Main Gym
WED 5/15 7:30 English Language and Composition Main Gym
11:30 Macroeconomics Main Gym

THU 5/16



Comparative Government and Politics Lecture Hall
World History Main Gym
11:30 Statistics Main Gym

FRI 5/17

7:30 Music Theory Lecture Hall
Microeconomics Main Gym
11:30 Computer Science Lecture Hall
Latin C212


Several # 2 pencils (not mechanical)
Pens with black or blue ink
A watch (without an alarm)
One or two calculators of the appropriate type (Calculus, Physics, Chemistry or Statistics only)
Ruler or straight edge (Physics only)
Current picture ID
*Students MAY bring a jacket in case the room is cold

Cell phones, digital cameras, PDA’s, Bluetooth-enabled devices, MP3 players, any electronic or communication device.
Books, compasses, correction fluid, dictionaries, highlighters, notes, or mechanical or colored pencils
Rulers or straight edges (except for Physics Exam)
Scratch paper
Calculators (allowed only for AP Calculus, Chemistry, Statistics, or Physics)
Watches that beep or have an alarm
Listening or recording devices
Food or drink (You may only have this on breaks but won’t be able to access your bag to get it, you must have it out beforehand)
Clothing with subject related information

If you want to be dismissed after your test, you need to bring a written note from your parent/guardian prior to beginning your test. If you forget, you will need to go to your next class and wait for a pass to be written.

Timeliness is very important, if you are late, you will miss your test and there are no refunds. Remember, you are required to arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to your exam: 7:30 AM for morning administrations and 11:30 AM for afternoon administrations. You will not be dismissed until the exam has officially ended.

Under no circumstances may the shrink-wrap of the actual AP exam be opened prior to the start of your test. Students who begin taking the actual exam at any point earlier than the official start time will have their scores cancelled.

When it is your last AP exam, you will keep your student pack. All other tests, you’ll need to place your student pack back in your envelope.

By Timber Creek Talon

The Timber Creek Talon is the student news service for Timber Creek High School in Keller Independent School District.

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