Every two-year or four-year college requires students to take a placement test to confirm the skill level students are entering college. Higher scores will ensure a higher chance of students earning a spot in the college of their choice.
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PSATAvailable to sophomores and juniors who would like to take a preliminary version of the SAT to practice for the official test. High scores may allow students to be eligible for scholarships. PSAT information can be found at collegeboard.com (This test is only offered once a year in October.)* The PSAT Official Test is scheduled every October. Information about testing dates and costs will be announced at school.
Students applying as freshman directly from high school to a four-year college or university may be required to take the SAT. Subject tests are offered for students who may choose to apply for a specific program or college that encourages it or if a student tests better by subject.* SAT Test Information available at www.collegeboard.com* SAT Test Register Online* SAT Test Fees* SAT Practice at CollegeBoard.com* SAT Test Question of the Day at CollegeBoard.com
ACTFour-year colleges may require ACT testing for students who are applying as freshman directly from high school. Subject tests are offered for students who may choose to apply for a specific program or college that encourages it or if students test better by subject.
* ACT Test Information available at www.actstudent.org
* ACT Test Register Online
Two-year colleges may require this test if students are applying as freshman directly from high school. If students pass the Reading and Math sections at college level, their scores may be valid for up to two years. Free practice tests are available through these sites:Compass TestThe Compass test may be required for students applying as freshman directly from high school to two-year schools. If students pass the Reading and Math sections at college level, their scores may be valid for up to two years.ASVABThe ASVAB is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. It is administered annually to more than one million military applicants, high school, and post-secondary students.