The American College Test is a standardized test widely used by East Coast Colleges and Universities. The ACT tests knowledge in four subjects areas, English, Math, Reading and Science. Seniors need to have this test done by October your graduation year for college applications.
The PSAT is a Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. Students should take this test in the 10th and 11th grades. This test is designed to help students with the SAT exam. Students can also qualify for National Merit Scholarships based on their PSAT scores. Power Point is loaded below for your benefit in regard to making your PSAT scores work for your college readiness.
The Scholastic Aptitude Test is a standardized test widely used by Colleges and Universities. The SAT tests math, verbal and writing skills. Seniors need to have testing done by November your graduation year for college applications.
SAT Subject Tests
The Scholastic Aptitude Test subject tests are single-subject, multiple choice, one-hour exams. There are 22 different SAT II's available.
Sometimes universities will have specific subject requirements however if not specifically named as required, students choose from English, Foreign Language, Higher-Level Math, Science, or Social Sciences.
- Go to www.collegeboard.org. Sign In or Sign Up (if necessary) at the top right. Create an account (if necessary) by entering information into the fields.
- Once logged in, open up another tab, and go to www.satpractice.org. Sign In or Sign Up (if necessary). Create an account by entering information into the fields.
- Once in, choose the button that says “Start” Official SAT Practice. Answer the two questions, and your accounts should be linked.
SAT TESTING DATES AND DEADLINES at www.collegeboard.org
ACT TESTING DATES AND DEADLINES at www.act.org