If you order an AP Art and Design Exam for a student and they indicate after the November 15 final ordering deadline that they'd like to switch to a different portfolio type, the AP coordinator may switch the student's Art and Design Exam in AP Registration and Ordering until March 15 (11:59 p.m. ET) without incurring a late order fee.
The student must be enrolled in two class sections: the one they were originally enrolled in and the one for the exam they would like to switch to. (If your school has combined AP Art and Design classes, you need to create class sections in AP Registration and Ordering for each portfolio type offered at your school to order the portfolios.)
- For example: A student enrolled in AP 2-D Art and Design decides they would like to instead submit a portfolio for AP Drawing. The student should enroll in the class section for AP Drawing while still being enrolled in the class section for AP 2-D Art and Design.
When the student has enrolled in the second class section, the coordinator will change the student's Order Exam? status for the first class section from Yes to No.
- For example: For the student who wants to switch from 2-D Art and Design to Drawing, you'd switch the student's Order Exam? status for 2-D Art and Design to No after the student has enrolled in the class section for AP Drawing.
When the coordinator cancels the student's exam for the first class section, they’ll be prompted to confirm if the student wants to take Drawing instead. Indicate Yes.
When the coordinator has completed switching the student's exam, they’ll submit the change to the exam order. See How do I submit a change to my initial order?