What About Cheating on the At-Home AP Exams? | COVID-19 Series | The Princeton Review


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Ever since the College Board announced that this year’s AP exams would be administered at home, the biggest question on every student’s mind has been: What about cheating? In this video, our Editor-in-Chief Rob Franek (now self-isolating in New Jersey!) breaks down the important issue of test security.

Quick correction: In 2019, nearly 5.1 million AP exams were taken by more than 2.8 million students.

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