• SAT and ACT Information

    Deadlines and Registration Forms

     

    SAT Registration:

    The quickest and easiest way to register is online:

    You need to register by mail if paying by check or money order
           (payable to “The College Board”). 

    Click here to find all current test dates and deadlines for SAT registration 

    Fees: SAT Fees

    ACT Registration:

    http://www.actstudent.org/regist/

    Click here to find all current test dates and deadlines for ACT registration

    High school code: http://www.actstudent.org/regist/lookuphs/ 

    Fees: ACT Fees

    Students can select for score report requests in the registration up until 11:59pm on the Monday nine days after the published test date. Additional score report requests: $12

    Importance of Tests for College Applications

    For many schools, you'll need to score 1400 or higher if you want a full ride based just your test score and GPA (which typically needs to be at least 3.5 for this type of scholarship, and often 3.75 or higher)

    8 Things to know about how colleges use admission Tests

    1. Majority of 4 year colleges use test scores in their admission decisions
    2. Test scores are not the most important factor: Most weight to grades and rigor of classes
    3. Most colleges publish student test-score information
    4. Tests let colleges find you
    5. Colleges may use scores to grant scholarships
    6. Scores might determine placement in college classes
    7. Majority 4 year colleges require scores
    8. Colleges consider multiple scores in different ways

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