AP Exam Schedule – 33 Volunteers Urgently Needed

AP Exam Schedule – 33 Volunteers Urgently Needed

Manual is so fortunate to be able to provide our students one of the most comprehensive offerings of AP courses.  With that comes the need to provide proctors for these tests or the school has to pay to provide proctors.  If you are available or could make yourself available, please sign up to help our students and the school! This is a great opportunity for grandparents, retired teachers, alumni or college students home from school to help.

AP exam data and times are published by the College Board. The number of proctors needed each morning or afternoon and the eligibility criteria are listed below.

There will be an optional but helpful training of proctors on May 1, 2019 at 3:00 in the MAC (Room 113).

To volunteer, PTSA members should sign up themselves or a college student or family member. Non-PTSA members should email Jazzy Romans who is coordinating the proctors.

Proctor Eligibility Criteria

The following criteria are in place to help ensure that exams are administered properly and to avoid any real or perceived conflict of interest. A conflict of interest may result in score cancellation.

The proctor must meet all of the criteria below:

  • Proctors must be responsible adults; they may not be high school students. When selecting proctors, consider the following: reliability, attention to detail, maturity, understanding of the importance of the administration, and acceptance of the security policies mandated by the AP Program.
  • Proctors may be educational professionals; AP coordinators; active, retired, or substitute teachers; parents without a conflict of interest; or members of the administrative staff.
  • Current, former, or retired teachers, including AP teachers, may serve as proctors for exams in a subject area other than the one they now teach or have ever taught. This policy also applies to AP coordinators, department heads, and substitute teachers.* For example, a ninth-grade English teacher may not proctor an AP English Language and Composition or AP English Literature and Composition Exam but could proctor an AP Biology Exam. The only exception to this is Studio Art; Studio Art teachers are encouraged to participate in the Studio Art digital submission process and to be present when their students assemble the Selected Works (Quality) sections of their 2-D Design and Drawing portfolios.
  • An individual may not proctor an AP Exam or handle exam materials in the year in which an immediate family or household member may be taking that exam at the school where the individual works or at any other school.
  • Proctors may not take any AP Exam or review in any manner the content of the exam.
  • Proctors may not be employed part or full time at a test preparation company.
  • Proctors may not participate in any coaching activity that addresses content of secure College Board tests.

Proctors Needed May 6-10

Date Morning 8 am Afternoon 12 pm
Monday, May 6, 2019
(RED day)
Need 5 Need 0
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
(WHITE day)
Need 3 Need 3
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
(RED day)
Need 2 Need 2
Thursday, May 9, 2019
(WHITE day)
Need 2 Need 5
Friday, May 10, 2019
(RED day)
Need 5 Need 3

Proctors Needed May 13-17

Date Morning 8 am Afternoon 12 pm
Monday, May 13, 2019
(WHITE day)
Need 2 Need 0
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
(RED day)
Need 5 Need 8
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
(WHITE day)
Need 4 Need 4
Thursday, May 16, 2019
(RED day)
Need 8 Need 3
Friday, May 17, 2019
(WHITE day)
Need 4 Need 2