If a student is taking the digital AP CSP Exam, the AP coordinator will need to print a copy of the student’s Personalized Project Reference (PPR) for the student to use during Section II of the exam, the same as for a student taking a paper exam.
If a student is approved to use screen magnification software, the PPR may be downloaded onto a computer by the AP coordinator before the exam, which the student can use only during Section II of the exam with their screen magnification software. The computer used for this purpose must be school-owned and -controlled; a student may not use their own or a family member’s computer. The computer must be disconnected from any networks and the internet.
If a student is approved to use screen reader assistive technology with their digital exam, they will need to have a human reader assist them only for reading the PPR during Section II.
An accommodations request needs to be submitted through SSD Online for any student who needs to be assisted by a human reader during Section II of the exam and who does not already have an approval for a human reader on record with the College Board SSD Office.
Any student testing with a human reader will need to be tested in a 1:1 setting for the entire exam, even though the human reader will assist the student only during Section II.