Non-low income Students
AdvanceKentucky will continue to pay $41.50 for all non-FRL students listed in the Data Reporting System and posted with an exam intention of yes and a projected score as of April 15, 2016.  Timely issuing of checks to students for exam fees is dependent upon accurate information in the database.  Please make sure all records are up to date.

Low-Income Students
Per conversation with National Math and Science Initiative the document below outlines the expected federal subsidy amount for 2016 Advanced Placement (AP) exams.  After the federal subsidy and the College Board fee reduction the anticipated cost per exam for qualifying students is approximately $21.  This does NOT reflect any official notice from KDE, which has not yet posted guidelines for low income student exam fees as they await official notice from the US Department of Education.

College Board's Overview of Federal Funding for Advanced Placement

Watch here for KDE AP Exam Information and Updates

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