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Ap World History Comparative Essay 2012 Calendar

If you’re gearing up for AP season like we are here at CollegeVine, you probably have a general idea of the dates to keep in mind. Your teachers may have already informed you of relevant test dates on your course syllabus, you may have taken a peak at the calendar of AP exams online, or maybe you’ve done a quick Google search to check that none of your tests conflict. Whatever the case may be, it’s important that both enrolled students and self-study students think well in advance to plan their studying, ensure timely exam registration, and check the deadlines for online submissions. Because it can be difficult to find all of that information in one place, CollegeVine is here to help with our Complete CollegeVine Calendar for Advanced Placement (AP) Exams.

FALL 2016: Enrolled students begin AP courses in high schools across the country. Courses are also available online through various virtual high school educators.

NOVEMBER 30, 2016: This is the deadline for AP Research Project Proposal approval by AP Research teachers. You will need to have submitted your proposal well in advance.

EARLY JANUARY 2017: Stimulus texts for the AP Seminar Research-Based Essay and Presentation are released by the College Board.

JANUARY 2017: This is a smart time to begin the conversation about registering for AP exams. Enrolled students are advised to talk with their AP teachers. Students who are homeschooled or self-studying should start the process for finding a test administration in which they can participate. Though this isn’t a formal deadline, it’s always best to start early.

JANUARY 2017:Contact your school’s Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) coordinator if you believe you will qualify for and benefit from testing accommodations. If you choose to pursue your application without the involvement of your school, or you are homeschooled, now is the time to begin researching the process. You should aim to submit a request for testing accommodations by the end of January.

FEBRUARY 17, 2017: This is the absolute deadline for submitting completed requests for testing accommodations. Keep in mind that if you wait until this day and submit an incomplete request, it will be denied.

FEBRUARY 28, 2017: The College Board strongly recommends that AP Seminar students complete the first of two performance tasks by this date. Although it does not have to be officially submitted until April 30, you will be better prepared to undertake your subsequent performance tasks if you are finished with the Team Multimedia Presentation and Defense by this date.

MARCH 1, 2017:  This is the deadline for students who plan to take an AP exam but are not formally enrolled in a class to contact AP Services to obtain a list of local AP coordinators and schools where they could arrange to test. Enrolled students should confirm their testing registration by this date in case they need to make other plans.

MARCH 15, 2017: This is the deadline for homeschooled or self-study students to contact outside AP coordinators to arrange testing. If you have not yet found a school willing to test outside students, you will not be able to take the exam.

APRIL 1, 2017: Oral presentations and defenses for AP Research and AP Seminar projects should be underway around this date.

APRIL 15, 2017:AP Research and AP Seminar students should have completed all through-course performance tasks by this date. Though the deadline for submissions is still two weeks away, this leaves time for your teacher to score your work prior to the formal submission date.

APRIL 30, 2017: This is the final submission deadline for AP Research, AP Seminar, and AP Computer Science Principles performance tasks. Your teacher will most likely require that these be turned in earlier, particularly in the case of AP Research and AP Seminar tasks that must be graded by him or her prior to being submitted.

MAY 1 – 12, 2017: AP Exam Administrations. See Calendar Below.

MAY 5, 2017: This is the last day for your school to submit digital portfolios for AP Studio Arts classes, and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for the physical portfolio assembly. You should have forwarded your completed digital portfolios to your teacher well before this date.




Monday, May 1

AP Chemistry

AP Environmental Science

AP Psychology

Tuesday, May 2

AP Computer Science A

AP Spanish Language and Culture

AP Art History

AP Physics 1: Algebra-based

Wednesday, May 3

AP English Literature and Composition

AP Japanese Language and Culture

AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Thursday, May 4

AP United States Government and Politics

AP Chinese Language and Culture

AP Seminar

Friday, May 5

AP German Language and Culture

AP United States History

AP Computer Science Principles

Monday, May 8

AP Biology

AP Music Theory

AP Physics C: Mechanics

Special Exam time, 2 PM: AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Tuesday, May 9

AP Calculus AB

AP Calculus BC

AP French Language and Culture

AP Spanish Literature and Culture

Wednesday, May 10

AP English Language and Composition

AP Italian Language and Culture

AP Macroeconomics

Thursday, May 11

AP Comparative Government and Politics

AP World History

AP Statistics

Friday, May 12

AP Human Geography

AP Microeconomics

AP European History

AP Latin

MAY 12, 2017: This is the deadline for your school to request an alternate test to be used during the late-testing period. If you had a time conflict, could not test due to illness or injury, or missed an exam for any other reason, make sure that your teacher or your AP coordinator is aware of your situation as soon as possible, and definitely before this date.

EARLY JUNE, 2017: AP Seminar students who are continuing on to AP Research in the fall semester should begin to consider possible AP Research project ideas and clarify the expectations for summer work with their AP Seminar or AP Research teacher.

JUNE 15, 2017: This is the deadline to submit a written request to AP Services to change college score report recipients, or to withhold or cancel scores for the current year’s exam administration.

EARLY JULY 2017:AP Score Reports are released to students, high schools, and designated colleges.

EARLY JULY 2017: Original artwork submitted for AP Studio Arts portfolios will be returned to students around this time.

MID-JULY to LATE AUGUST, 2017:Score Reports are released students, high schools, and designated colleges to late-testing exams.

AUGUST 2017:AP Scholar Awards and International Diplomas are released online.

SEPTEMBER 15, 2017: This is the official deadline to request your free-response booklet.

OCTOBER 31, 2017: Requests to rescore the multiple-choice section of your exam must be received by this date.



Kate Sundquist

Senior Blogger at CollegeVine

Kate Koch-Sundquist is a graduate of Pomona College where she studied sociology, psychology, and writing before going on to receive an M.Ed. from Lesley University. After a few forays into living abroad and afloat (sometimes at the same time), she now makes her home north of Boston where she works as a content writer and, with her husband, raises two young sons who both inspire her and challenge her on a daily basis.

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Welcome to AP World History

The purpose of the AP World History course is to develop a greater understanding of the evolution of global processes and contacts in interaction with different types of human societies. This understanding advanced through a combination of selective factual knowledge and appropriate analytical skills. The course highlights the nature of changes in international frameworks and their causes and consequences, as well as comparisons among major societies. The course emphasizes relevant factual knowledge deployed in conjunction with leading interpretative issues and types of historical evidence. The course builds on an understanding of cultural, institutional, and technological precedents that, along with geography, set the human stage. Periodization, explicitly discussed, forms the organizing principle for dealing with change and continuity throughout the course. Specific themes provide further organization to the course, along with the consistent attention to contacts among societies that form the core of world history as a field of study.

The AP World History is exam is on Thursday, May 17, 2018, in the morning.


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