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PSAT

Test Date: Saturday, October 19th, 2019 

Late Registration: 10/10 - 10/16 - $25

Check-in time: 8am

Location: Yale Building (1st floor)

  • The PSAT is a practice test for the SAT. Research shows that students who take the PSAT do 60 points better when they take the SAT as compared to students who did not take the PSAT. Knowing this we will be offering the PSAT for all sophomores in the spring semester. More information to come!
  •  If you are interested in taking the PSAT you can sign up in the counseling office.
  • Cash will not be accepted. Check or money order only
  • Fee waivers are available for qualifying juniors—please see Mrs. Novak or Mrs. Morley in the Counseling Office for more info. 

SAT Testing Schedule

 Test Dates Reg. Deadline
 Oct 5th, 2019  Sept 6th, 2019
 Nov. 2nd, 2019  Oct 3rd, 2019
 Dec. 7th, 2019  Nov 8th, 2019
 Mar. 14th, 2019  Feb. 14th 2019
 
  • Fees:
    • SAT - $47.50
    • SAT with essay - $64.50.
    • Subject Test - $26.00
  • Register at collegeboard.org
 

What will you need to register?

  1. Sign in to your free College Board account. Your parent or counselor can’t register for you.
  2. Provide your full, legal name and other identifying information. Make sure it’s the exact same name and information shown on your photo ID.
  3. Decide whether to sign up for the SAT with Essay. See which colleges recommend or require it.
  4. Upload a photo that meets very specific photo requirements.
  5. Check out, and print your Admission Ticket.
 

ACT Testing Schedule

Test Dates Reg. Deadline 
 Sept. 14th 2019 Aug. 16th, 2019
 Oct. 26th, 2019 Sept. 20th, 2019
Dec. 14th, 2019 Nov. 8th, 2019
Feb. 8th, 2019 Jan. 10th, 2019
 
  • Fees
    •  ACT - $46
    • ACT w/ writing - $62.50
  • Register online at act.org.

FAQ's

Which test should I take?

Depending on your goals after high school, you should prepare to take certain tests. For students that would like to attend a 4-year university, they must take either the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or the ACT (American College Test). Most universities will require just one test score in order to qualify for admission, but you should check the specific universities admission requirements.

How can I prepare for the test?

You can prepare for the SAT using Khan Academy.  This is the best way to prepare for the SAT, and it's free!  It's tailored for you, focusing on exactly what you need to practice most.
  • Interactive Problems and Instant Feedback
  • Video Lessons
  • Full-Length Practice Tests
  • Personalized Study Plan
  • Big Results
Sign up for free today at www.satpractice.org
 
 
Below are some more resources that might help prepare you.
www.collegeboard.com: SAT online registration, essay evaluation and test prep.

www.act.org: ACT online registration, test prep and a wide range of programs and services for the college bound student.
www.freetech4teachers.com  free ACT & SAT pres website.
www.testU.com: Free SAT preparation quizzes.

www.number2.com
: Free SAT test preparation

www.PrincetonReview.com: Online test preparation for LSAT, GRE, GMAT, ACT and SAT.

www.uccp.org: College preparatory courses on line.
Varsity Learning Tools currently provides free diagnostic tests, practice tests, flashcards, and questions of the day for the ACT and SAT.  

ACT: https://www.varsitytutors.com/free-act-resources

SAT: https://www.varsitytutors.com/free-sat-resources

In addition to the website and mobile app, they also have a completely free, downloadable ACT prep book with over 600 pages of content, available here: https://www.varsitytutors.com/act-prep-book.

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