Advanced Placement (AP)


Welcome to the Advanced Placement Program Resource Page where you will find information related to Advanced Placement (AP) training, state incentives, and classes for students, parents, teachers, program coordinators, counselors, and administrators. 

Oklahoma Advanced Placement Incentive Program Components:

 

Information for and about AP Coordinators

AP Coordinator Listserv

AP Teacher Listserv

Online AP information

AP Annual Report 2012

AP Testing Schedule for May 2014

AP Report to the Nation

Placing Students in AP Classes

AP Course Audit  http://www.collegeboard.com/html/apcourseaudit/

AP Course Ledger

AP State Law

AP State Board of Education Rules

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Test Fee Assistance

For low-income students

The cost of the AP Exam is $89.  College Board provides a $28 fee reduction.  Schools provide an $8 fee reduction, and the State Department of Education provides a $43 fee reduction making the cost of the exam $10 for low-income students.  To get guidelines on who would be eligible for the low-income fee reduction, see your school's AP Coordinator.  The $10 cost applies to all AP exams eligible students take.

 

Option 1 cost to student (Free/Reduced Lunch Student)

Number of Exams

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9


Cost to student

$10

$20

$30

$40

$50

$60

$70

$80

$90

 

For non-low-income students who take 2 or more exams in one year

The State Department of Education provides a $25 discount on all tests for those students who do not qualify for the low-income fee reduction and who take 2 or more exams in one year.  Tests that are taken at a local Career Tech can be combined with tests taken at the student's home school to qualify for this discount.  The cost of each exam would be $64.

 

Option 2 cost to student (school retains the $8 fee)

Number of Exams

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9


Cost to student

$64

(Use only if student took a test at another institution to total 2 exams.)

$128

$192

$256

$320

$384

$448

$512

$576

For information about this assistance, contact Lori Boyd at 405-521-4288 or at lori.boyd@sde.ok.gov or go to http://professionals.collegeboard.com/testing/ap/coordinate/details-state#oklahoma.

Placing Students in AP Classes

  • Based on AP Potential
    Schools can generate rosters of students who have the potential of being successful on an AP Exam based on their performance on the PSAT/NMSQT.  AP Potential is free and web-based.

  • Based on PLAN
    Schools can use the results from 10th graders' PLAN tests to predict students' performance on AP exams. Use the chart to correlate PLAN Composite scores to AP scores. 

For More Information

Lori Boyd, Director of Advanced Placement, SDE, (405) 521-4288 

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Last updated on August 22, 2014