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21-22 Testing Schedule

Week 1: May 2 – May 6

  • 8am Exams – Students arrive at Lincoln at 7:45am
  • 12pm Exams – Students arrive at LIncoln at 11:45am

Monday, May 2

  • 8am – Japanese Language & Culture – Room 437
  • 8am – US Government & Politics – Library
  • 12pm – Chemistry – Library
  • 12on – Spanish Literature & Culture – Room 433

Tuesday, May 3rd

  • 8am – Environmental Science – Library

Wednesday, May 4

  • 8am – English Literature & Composition – Library
  • 12pm – Computer Science A – Library

Thursday, May 5

  • 8am – Human Geography – Gym
  • 12pm – Statistics – Library

Friday, May 6

  • 8am – US History

Week 2: May 9 – May 12

Monday, May 9

  • 8am – Calculus AB – Gym
  • 8am Calculus BC – Library

Tuesday, May 10

  • 8am – English Language & Composition – Gym

Wednesday, May 11

  • 8am Spanish Language & Culture – Library
  • 12pm Biology – Gym

Thursday, May 12

  • 12pm – Physics 1: Algebra-Based – Library

No testing Friday, May 13

Students MUST Bring

  • Two sharpened No. 2 pencils (with erasers) for completing multiple-choice answer sheets.
  • Two pens with black or dark blue ink only
  • A ruler or straightedge if taking an AP Physics
  • Up to two calculators with the necessary capabilities if taking an AP Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics, or Statistics Exam.

Students MAY NOT Bring

  • Electronic equipment of any kind: phones, smartwatches, or wearable technology, laptops, tablet computers, Bluetooth devices, portable listening or recording devices, any photographic equipment, devices that can access the internet, separate timers of any type, and any other electronic or communication devices
  • Books, compasses, correction fluid, dictionaries, highlighters, or notes.
  • Mechanical pencils, No. 3 pencils, or colored pencils.
  • Rulers or straightedges (these are allowed only for Physics exams)
  • Protractors             
  • Scratch paper (notes can be made on portions of the exam booklets)           
  • Computers or calculators (except as previously noted).
  • Reference guides, keyboard maps, or other typing instructions.
  • Watches that beep or have an alarm.
  • Food or drink.
  • Clothing or shoes with subject-related information.
  • Ear plugs.
  • Clipboards.