On this page you’ll find documents you’ll need before and on exam day that you can download or print. If your AP subject is not listed on this page, that means there are no course-specific references and guides required or recommended to take that exam. Be sure to check Course-Specific Exam Information to see what you need on exam day.
Reference guides: These are documents students need to have on hand when taking the exam, such as the periodic table for AP Chemistry or formula sheets for AP Physics Exams and the AP Statistics Exam. Students should download and save or print these out well before exam day.
Keyboard guides: These explain how to type scientific and mathematical symbols on a keyboard. (Students can also choose to handwrite responses for any exam.) Students taking certain exams should download and save or print these out and practice with them well before exam day and have them on hand on exam day.
AP Music Theory answer sheet: This is a sheet of staff paper (also called manuscript paper) that students should use as their answer sheet for the AP Music Theory Exam. Students taking this exam should print or hand-copy two or three sheets (or more for scratch paper) before exam day.
Math and Computer Science
- AP Statistics Formula Sheet and Tables
- AP Statistics Keyboarding Tip Sheet for 2020 Exams
- AP Calculus Keyboarding Tip Sheet for 2020 Exams
- AP Computer Science A Java Quick Reference
- AP Biology Equations and Formulas Sheet
- AP Chemistry Equations and Physical Constants Sheet
- AP Chemistry Periodic Table of the Elements
- AP Chemistry Keyboarding Tip Sheet for 2020 Exams
- AP Physics C: Mechanics Table of Information and Formulas
- AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism Table of Information and Formulas
- AP Physics 1 Table of Information and Formulas
- AP Physics 2 Table of Information and Formulas
If you have a conflict and need to request a makeup exam, do not try to use your May e-ticket for the June makeup exam. We’ll send you a different e-ticket two days before the makeup exam date.
If you experience any disruption during your May exam, you’ll be able to request an e-ticket for the June makeup exams within 48 hours of your original exam date. Here’s how.
- Go to the AP Makeup Testing Request Form.
- Fill in the form with the required information and a description of what happened.
- Submit the form with your original e-ticket.
After we review your form, you’ll receive an email approving or denying your request. If your request is approved, we’ll send you a makeup e-ticket two days before the makeup exam.