SAT Information

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SAT and ACT Information 

           

           Standardized testing receives a lot of attention in the college application process. Good scores can open many doors. However, students should keep in mind that test scores are one piece of the admission process.

            When it comes to testing there is a “rule of three”. Students should consider taking an SAT and an ACT at the end of their junior year. Then retake the test they scored higher on. If a student does not test well, this can be explained to a college. The explanation has more meaning if the student has tested more than once. Colleges will use a student’s highest score in the admission process. Students should keep in mind that colleges are looking for reasons to admit, not reasons to deny admission.

           On-line registration is highly recommended. The College Board and ACT do not provide paper copies of the registration form to the guidance office.  Please review the information in the links below and feel free to contact our office if you have any questions. Each link contains registration and test date information.

        In order to learn where SAT tests are offered, you must first create an account on the College Board website. Once you are ready to sign up for a test, you can find the testing locations on College Board. 


        The links below will take you to the ACT and SAT websites. You can also visit, the Useful Websites and Resources" tab on the left.

ACT registration information can be found at www.act.org

SAT registration and preparation information can be found at
www.collegeboard.org

SAT Test Dates

 

 

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