ACTYou take the test your junior year at the high school.The school administers this test for free your first timeYou can retake the test Up to 12 timesThe 5 tests are: English Reading Math Science Writing (optional)
This test is timed. English- 45 minutes Reading- 35 minutes Math- 60 minutes Science- 35 minutes Writing test (optional)- 30 minutes (one prompt)You should practice not spending too muchtime on one question. But try your bestDO NOT leave any questions blank . You get points for guessing
CCHEA chart that calculates your GPA to your ACT orSAT to come up with an index score.Some colleges look at your index scores todecide for admissions eligibility and scholarshipmoney.
SATS- StandardizedA- AptitudeT- Test REASONING TEST
This test is used to access a student’sreadiness for college.Not all colleges require a student to take theSATThe 3 tests are: Math Writing ReadingThe test is 3 hours and 45 minutes long
There are 10 sections in all – three for eachdivision, and one ‘equating’ section. Theequating section is used to assess questionsfor use in future tests. (It can be in any of thethree areas and does not count toward thescore).
SATIIS-StandardizedA-AptitudeT-Test SUBJECT TEST
20 multiple-choice standardized tests given onindividual subjectsStudents typically choose which tests to takedepending upon college entrancerequirements for the schools to which they areplanning to applyA student may take up to three SAT SubjectTests on any given date at a flat rate $22 and$11 per test