The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is required by most colleges for admission. Seniors who have not taken the test and plan to attend college next fall should take this test at the earliest possible date. Register for the REASONING exam, not the Subject tests.
Students who have already taken the SAT and feel they could improve their score may retake the exam. Applicants may send FOUR scores to colleges or universities for FREE. Some athletes may send scores to the NCAA and/or NAIA.
The American College Testing program (ACT) is similar to the SAT, but includes testing sections in science and social studies. The ACT is required by some schools for admission. Testing results include recommendations for careers as well as a comparison of six colleges the student pre-selects.
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Testing and Deadline Information
- SAT Registration Dates & Deadlines - *Register for REASONING test, not Subject. * U.S. deadlines apply to students testing in the United States and U.S. territories. * U.S. registration materials that are mailed must be postmarked by the U.S. deadlines. The deadlines expire at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time, U.S.A..
- ACT Registration Dates & Deadlines - Online registration is the fastest method. You will know immediately if your preferred test center has space for you to test, and you also can print your admission ticket from the website. How you sign up depends on where and how you plan to test.
FREE Online Tutoring Web Sites
- Create College Board SAT/PSAT account for Khan Academy
- PrepFactory - "I LOVE studying for the SAT!" said no one, ever. This website helps students study for the SAT as efficiently as possible. Questions are based on topics you should be working on rather than topics you want to work on. The layout is moving away from videos and adding questions in more engaging formats.
- SAT Practice- Looking for help to get ready for the SAT? There are several ways to practice for FREE! Sign up for Question of the Day or follow @SATQuestion on Twitter. You can practice questions in one area (math, English, writing), or take an entire practice test. And of course - iTunes has an app to download.
- Khan Academy - With a library of over 2,400 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and 180 practice exercises, we're on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.