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AP Testing

Cost & Eligibility

SRVUSD students are encouraged to take their AP exams at the school where they take their AP courses. MVHS AP exams purchase opens at our online store on March 5th and closes at the end of the school day on March 23rd.  All exams, with the exception of AP Seminar, cost $125. The AP Seminar and Research exam costs $175. Exams administered at MVHS are available to SRVUSD grades 9-12 students only. 

MAY 2018 AP Exam Schedule

MAY 2018 AP Exam Schedule

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