Last spring in reaction to Covid-19, the College Board adjusted AP Exams. They were shorter and tested material taught until March 2020. Most troublesome, the exams were entirely online. It was evident that the College Board had not perfected online administration: many students experienced glitches and were unable to submit their completed tests. This spring, in an attempt to learn from its mistakes, the College Board will offer AP Exams in person and online. With the recent abolition of SAT Subject tests, it’s in the College Board’s best interest to make 2021’s AP Exams successful. Do you think they can pull it off?
Read more in this Washington Post article.