For more than 60 years, the Advanced Placement (AP) program has helped millions of students prepare for college by taking advanced courses and receiving college credit. Recently, the College Board found that AP students who register for exams in the fall rather than later in the year tend to be more engaged in the course work and perform better on AP exams.
In response to these findings, the College Board changed their exam registration process for the 2019-2020 school year. AP coordinators are now responsible for ordering AP exams before November 15, 2019.
To help schools collect exam payments in the fall, the College Board launched a provider program and selected RevTrak to participate as an AP Exam fee collection provider.
With RevTrak, AP coordinators can easily track payments and order exams, and parents can check balances and make exam payments from their laptop or smartphone. Additionally, schools can access reports that reconcile enrollments and payments from RevTrak into the AP Registration and Order System.
As schools plan for the new year and AP coordinators prepare for student enrollment, now’s the perfect time to partner with an online payment processing provider like RevTrak.
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