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Frequently Asked Questions About the AP® Onsite Reading

How do I get to the Reading?
Information and instructions about making travel arrangements are included in the appointment materials. Travel expenses, lodging and meals are covered.
Where do I stay at the Reading? Do I have to share a room?
At most Reading sessions, you will stay in a convention center hotel with meals served in the convention center. Readers are provided with double occupancy hotel rooms. Single rooms are available on a limited basis with a charge for one-half of the room rate.
What kinds of activities are scheduled in the evenings?
Formal and informal voluntary activities are offered, such as subject-specific professional presentations, receptions and local outings. Some subjects host evening workshops providing opportunities to network with colleagues and exchange best practices.
Can you accommodate special dietary needs?
Meal options include a variety of food to accommodate most participants, such as vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free diets. Special dietary requests are not always available. You are advised to take this into consideration when accepting an invitation to participate in the Reading.
Is there a dress code?
Dress is casual; shorts and jeans are acceptable. You should bring a sweater or sweatshirt, as the Reading rooms can become chilly at times. Comfortable walking shoes are a must.

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