AP tests go digital due to virus



High school students will be faced with a new set of challenges this spring as they try to earn college credit for their Advanced Placement courses.

In response to ongoing school closures due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the College Board— the New York-based nonprofit that oversees AP testing—will hold all of its annual exams online.

Although the organization has in the past offered at-home test options for smaller groups of students that experienced a “crisis,” it has never before offered on...

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