SAT/ACT Registration

3college-board-sat-scoresCollege Entrance Exams

College entrance tests measure a student’s ability to do college level work and are required by most four year colleges and some two year colleges. Reviewing standardized test scores allows admissions personnel to compare students from different states, schools, and academic backgrounds.

JUNIORS: ACT/ SAT: taken in the spring of the junior year to provide additional information to the college(s) of your choice.

SENIORS: ACT/ SAT: If you didn’t take the exam in your junior year or if junior year ACT or SAT scores are lower than you think they should be, take an October, November or December exam.

SAT Subject Tests: These are one hour exams that measure your knowledge or skills in a particular subject and your ability to apply that knowledge. The tests fall into five general subject areas:

English: Literature

History and Social Studies: United States History, World History

Mathematics: Mathematics Level 1, Mathematics Level 2

Sciences: Biology E/M (Ecological/Molecular), Chemistry, Physics

Languages: Reading Only: French, German, Modern Hebrew, Italian, Latin, and Spanish. Reading and Listening: Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish.

SAT Subject tests should only be taken if your prospective college(s) requires them AND should be taken in November, December or January of your senior year.





use the link on your NAVIANCE account


  • SAT Registration
    You can register for your SAT. You can access your SAT question of the day, take a practice SAT test and more.

    Collegeboard is also a great website to start your college search. Just go to College Search and begin!

  • ACT Registration
    You can register for your ACT. You can access the ACT Test Prep Booklet, as well as look at practice questions, test taking tips and more.

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