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AAPPL Testing Spring 2021

The AAPPL test will be offered at Central in person on  Saturday, February 27 2021 and Saturday, April 10. Both in person testing dates run from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and are limited to 17 students. Students that indicated they preferred in-person (4) testing have priority over students who did not. See attached list from link below. 

In addition to the in-person testing, there is Remote AAPPL testing from February 23 - 25, 2021. Remote testing requires a home proctor to monitor the student’s testing and test environment, and support the student with tech inquiries to the testing company if something isn’t working. Remote testing requires a Chromebook or other PC, headphones/earbuds for listening, a microphone for speaking and internet. Other school districts have not had problems with student Chromebooks and test administration. Remote proctors are required to complete a proctoring agreement. Remote student logins will be deactivated at 11:59 pm on February 25. 

Registration is only for the February in-person date and the remote window at this time. Students can begin registering for the test on Thursday, February 11 with this Google Form. This form will go live on Thursday morning, February 11th. Because it’s a tight deadline registration (filling out the Google Form) will not be accepted after February 17. Students will have the opportunity to test again in April. Payment will be accepted after the registration window (2/11-2/17), but the Google Form is due by February17 in order to register. Registration for the April test will occur later this spring.

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