Direct response from Common App support desk: The Common Application will be live throughout summer. The only change that will happen is on August 1st, 2019 where the application will switch to the 2019-2020 application season. For students who have previously started an application, their information will automatically be 'rolled over' to the new season.
The Collegeboard plans to give an adversity score to students who take the SAT in an effort to show their economic and social background. It will be calculated using 15 factors including the crime rate and poverty levels from their high school and neighborhood. Students will not see their score, but colleges will. As a test, fifty colleges used the score last year. Collegeboard will increase this to 150 this fall. The SAT has been a subject of controversy as more affluent stu
AP exams usually occur in early May. Students should study some every day for at least a month prior to the test. Basic information you need to know about the tests: Each of the 38 exams has its own unique requirements; however, almost all the exams have several things in common: Most exams are two to three hours long. Be prepared to tackle a challenging exam with limited breaks. Eat a good breakfast and, if you're taking more than one exam on the same day, pack lunch and sna