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21. BPS : Guidance - General Info
The following standardized testing is available for students at Bennington Junior/SeniorHigh school take the ASVAB and may take the Psat, act, or sat; and.

22. Kaplan
Offers preparation for 30 standardized tests. Includes sample entrance exams for secondary schools, colleges and graduate schools. testing, school and career information. Courses and Services. Books and Software. sat/Psat. MCAT. act our afterschool learning centers and academic subjects and standardized tests.

23. Glenbrook North High School Guidance Department Miscellaneous
Calendar for College standardized Test Dates for 20022003 Test. testing Dates, RegistrationPeriod. and social science assessments; (2) the act Assessment, and (3
College Home Page College Directory College Visits College Corner ... Alumni Records
Calendar for College Standardized Test
Dates for 2002-2003 Please Note:
Glenbrook North High School does not record test scores on transcripts or applications. It is the student's responsibility to request test scores from the test companies. Students are responsible for mailing/turning in registration forms and adhering to deadline dates. The registration booklets/forms contain a detailed explanation of fees.
GBN School Code: 143-215
Test Testing Date Registration Period A. P. Exam May 5-15, 2003
(GBN a test center) February TBA, 2003
Registration at the GBN Bookstore Advanced Placement Exams may award college credit, advanced college placement or both.
PLAN - Career Planning Assessment Program

24. Learning Disabilities OnLine LD In-Depth SAT And ACT Accommodations
Check sat and act 2001 guidance counselor must complete and send in the two forms and the necessary fee to the sat Services for Students with Disabilities. The school testing

25. Miami Country Day School College Guidance Center Online
standardized TEST DATES REGISTRATION DEADLINES. September 6 Late registration deadlinefor September 28, act. 10 Registration deadline for October 12 sat I/sat

26. Miami Country Day School College Guidance Center Online
College guidance Center Online STADARDIZED testing test dates and registration deadlinesfor sat I and II, Psat act HOME PAGE Information on the act, including

27. WTPS - WTHS - GUIDANCE - Standardized Testing
sat 1 sat II) sat 1 is a standardized test of sat applications are available inthe guidance office. AMERICAN COLLEGE testing PROGRAM (act) act includes four
Washington Township High School Guidance Department STANDARDIZED TESTING
CEEB Code 311-364
  • SAT 1 is a standardized test of verbal and math-reasoning abilities that are required for admission by most four-year colleges on the Atlantic Coast.
    SAT 1 is a three hour test that consists of seven test sections
    SAT 1 is offered seven times on the following dates
TEST DATE REGISTRATION LATE REGISTRATION *October 12 September 10 September 14 *November 2 September 27 October 9 December 7 November 1 November 13 January 25 December 23 January 2 *^April 5 February 28 March 12 *May 3 March 28 April 9 *June 7 May 2 May 14 *Test held at WTHS ^ SAT 1 only
  • SAT II is offered six times each year.
    SAT II is comprised of up to three one hour tests on a specific subject matter
    For further information contact College Board at
    SAT applications are available in the guidance office
  • ACT includes four curriculum-based tests that measure students' educational development in English, mathematics, reading, and science reasoning.
    ACT is offered six times each school year
TEST DATE REGISTRATION LATE REGISTRATION October 26 September 20 September 21 - October 4 December 14 November 8 November 9 - November 21 February 8 January 3 January 4 - January 17 April 12 March 7 March 8 - March 21 June 14 May 9 May 10 - May 23
  • ACT applications are available in the guidance office
    For further information visit ACT website at

28. Standardized Testing
standardized aptitude test scores are important predictors of The sat I is offeredseveral times during the The American College testing Program (act) is a
SVHS Guidance Department
For Testing Information on the Web, click here
What is the PSAT?
What is the PLAN?
What is the SAT I?
What is the ACT?
The American College Testing Program (ACT) is a comprehensive, guidance-oriented service that helps colleges, high schools, and students in transition from high school to college. Students participate in the program by completing an educational/biographical questionnaire, an interest inventory, and four tests of educational development in English, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Natural Sciences. After analyzing the information obtained, ACT prepares reports for use by students, high schools, and colleges in career and college planning, admissions, and placement, and academic advising. More than 2700 colleges and universities and other agencies accept ACT scores in lieu of SAT 1 Scores. The ACT is an achievement test. Achievement tests often reward the student who works hard more than an aptitude test like the SAT 1. Juniors achieving less than satisfactory results on a SAT I taken in the Spring may wish to consider taking the ACT during the Fall of the Senior year. The ACT is offered several times during the year at locations throughout the Columbia area to include Spring Valley High School.
Who Should take the PSAT, SAT I, ACT or ASSET?

29. Shorewood High School Subpages
information and online registration; sat information and testing PROGRAM.standardized testing centers on achievement and college admissions testing
Guidance and Counseling
Guidance Services
Guidance Staff

College and Career Center

Related Links
... Curriculum Handbook 2001-2003
Guidance Bulletins Pamphlet on college application process mailed to
all seniors 9/01. Read carefully for details. Letter to Juniors: Midwest College Fair and PSAT
Testing Information
Guidance Services
Counseling and guidance services are an integral and important aspect of the student services available at Shorewood High School. Services provided by the counselors include but are not limited to:
  • Individual counseling in all areas of personal concern. Academic Counseling for high school as well as future direction. College/Career planning with comprehensive programming available to all. Special programs such as college admissions workshops, essay writing
    seminars, parent education workshops and financial aid programs.
Guidance Dept. Staff

30. Standardized Testing At Unit 5
additional information is available with the High school guidance departments aswell as on their websites. The sat is not a standardized test specifically
Select... Internet Gateway Contact Information Unit 5 Schools Help Desk Chat LIVE Computer Help Desk PDA Staff Email Staff Email AOL Users Unit 5 Calendar PDA Resources Hotlist Student Links Unit 5 Events Information about Unit 5 Teacher Websites Employment Opportunities New Parents to Unit 5 Diversity HS Alumni Our Community Departments Programs Unit 5 Policies Board of Education Lunch Menus CAC Superintendent Staff Intranet District Information
Focus, Mission, and Goals


The SAT - Stanford Achievement Test (6th Grade) Unit 5 2000 Results (October 30 - November 9)
Cluster Area
Reading Vocabulary Reading Comprehension Mathematics: Problem Solving Mathematics: Procedures Language Spelling Study Skills Science Social Science Listening Using Information Thinking Skills
Numbers above are in Percent The SAT - For College Entrance "You may have to take the test because it is an admission requirement of the college you are interested in attending. Many colleges require the SAT I for admission because it is a standard way of measuring a student's ability to do college-level work.

31. NAHS Guidance
American College testing) is another standardized testing program recognized as theymay with the sat II series. some students prefer taking the act over the
North Andover High School Home NAHS Information Principal's Message NAHS Overview Program of Studies Reculturing Initiative ... NAHS Staff NAHS Departments English Fine Arts Foreign Languages Math ... Wellness Extracurricular Programs NAHS Band NAHS Band Calendar Student Clubs Schedules ... Team Information Parent Advisory Council PAC Board PAC Information PAC Newsletter North Andover Public Schools Home ... Contact the Webmaster North Andover High School Guidance
John DeFlumeri, Guidance Director
Bev Delaney, counselor
Kelly Driscoll, counselor
Marilyn Gail, counselor
Lynne Killheffer, counselor

32. Belmont High School
standardized testing ‹‹Go back. become part of their record at the Educationaltesting Service (ETS accepted by many colleges as an alternative to the sat.

33. Westford Academy Information For Students With Disabilities
Psat, act, and sat Tests. Questions regarding special testing arrangements and datesfor inschool testing can be directed to Mr. Mark Lucey in the guidance

Life After WA

A Review
Application Glossary

Standardized Testing

SAT Registration Info

Standardized Test Links
College Admission:

Regular or Early
Decision or Action
Students - Disabilities Student Athletes Sample Letters Financial Planning Guidance Home
Information for Students with Disabilities
Students with identified physical or learning disabilities may want to investigate the programs and services that are specifically designed to meet their post-secondary educational needs. Students may want to make use of preparatory programs that help them identify individual learning styles and develop organizational and study skills that maximize their strengths. Within a four-year college there are often special programs for learning disabled students that provide academic advising, tutorial support, and help in coordinating special services necessary for the student to function in regular classes. These programs also frequently provide non-credit courses that help the student identify his or her learning style and develop appropriate compensatory skills. There is often a separate admissions process to enter an L.D. program. Even in colleges which provide no special programs for learning-disabled students, individuals with learning disabilities may take advantage of tutorial or other support services which are available to all students, and students may request appropriate modifications, such as extended time testing, taping of lectures, etc.

34. Westford Academy Standardized Testing Overview
Other standardized testing to the sat, is administered by the American College testingService The main difference between the act and the sat is that the act

Life After WA

A Review
Application Glossary

Standardized Testing
SAT Registration Info

Standardized Test Links

College Fairs

Online College Fairs
College Admission:

Regular or Early Decision or Action Students - Disabilities Student Athletes Sample Letters Financial Planning ... Guidance Home
Standardized Testing: An Overview
College Entrance Examinations Many of you have already taken the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT). Other tests you are likely to take are the SAT I Reasoning Test and the SAT II Subject Tests. All of these tests are published by the College Board in Princeton, NJ. Some of you will also choose to take the ACT from the American College Testing Program which is the competitor to the College Board. SAT I reasoning test Taking the SAT I which is available in the Guidance Office. SAT II subject tests Information about the SAT II: subject tests SAT II: Subject Tests are required by many of the more competitive schools for admission purposes, but a large number of colleges and universities do not require any of these tests. At some colleges, the scores from these exams are used to place entering students in particular freshman courses. Students should check with individual colleges to see which tests are required, if any, and speak to their guidance counselor to design a testing timetable.

35. Standardized Testing
Psat sat I sat II act AP. standardized testing results are not as important asstudents’ academic records during their four years of high school.
Standardized Testing
at Howell High School
Grades 9 – 12
This information is intended to help students and parents understand standardized testing options and requirements. The guidance services staff hopes that the descriptions, advice and timetables provided here will answer frequently asked questions and eliminate the confusion that often surrounds the topic “testing.” On the pages that follow, you will find information about specific tests and the recommended testing patterns for students based on grade level. If, after reading the material you have new or unanswered questions, please do not hesitate to contact your counselor at 732-919-2131. For all tests listed here, students with disabilities can test with accommodations as outlined in their respective individual educational plans, provided the required documentation is provided to the testing company involved. Students requesting testing accommodations must consult with a counselor as soon as possible after the decision to test is made.

36. COLLEGE COMPASS:  St. Margaret's Episcopal School
Code 053112 (needed for sat/act registration 05722 (needed for sat registrationonly appropriate intervals regarding standardized testing, college application
Juniors, please make an appointment to see your college counselor. CEEB Code: 053112
(needed for SAT/ACT registration) Test Center Code: 05-722
(needed for SAT registration only) The mission of the College Guidance Office is to provide St. Margaret’s students and their families with assistance in exploring post-high school opportunities. As St. Margaret’s is a college preparatory institution, the role of the guidance office is to investigate appropriate college options with students and their families, remaining realistic and supportive of the students’ interests and goals for post-high school planning. The guidance office will provide information at grade-appropriate intervals regarding standardized testing, college application and admission procedures and financial aid information through a variety of mediums and evening programs. Please contact the guidance secretary for an appointment.

37. Guidance
standardized testing Help Whether your students are taking the sats or testing andtest taking skills. sat Prep act Educational testing Service Network sat, GRE

38. St.Joseph's Academy -Student Services
standardized testing is administered through the guidance department and materialsfor the act and sat I and Preparation courses for Psat and act are offered to
Student Services Archives

Guidance Program

Standardized Testing
Lost and Found
Archives The archives, located in the convent building, contains records dating back to the beginning of St. Joseph's Academy. A well-documented, highly organized source of memorabilia covering the history of the Academy and Baton Rouge is on file. Cafeteria Under the federal lunch program, SJA students are served nutritious midday meals consisting of meat, bread, vegetable/fruit, and milk. All lunches include a full salad/fruit bar. Ice cream items are sold after lunch. Breakfast, served each morning at 6:50 a.m. and includes milk, juice and bread items. An after-school snack program, consisting of an entree item and 8 oz. fruit juice, is offered to those staying after school. More information on this program will be sent by mail. Lunch payments are due by the 10th of each month. Throughout the school year, student cafeteria balances are monitored for insufficient funds or overpayments. At the end of the school year, only balances over $25.00 are refunded. A refund form signed by the parent is required to have this refund mailed to the student's home. Students using the cafeteria are expected to move through the serving line in an orderly fashion, to speak in reasonable and courteous tones, and to leave the tables, chairs, and floor clean and orderly. Canned drinks are not allowed in the cafeteria during the lunch periods.

39. The High School Plan - Resource Index
Many colleges and universities require standardized tests, including the sat act —American College testing Program. as a substitute for the sat I Reasoning
The High School Plan
Standardized Tests
Many colleges and universities require standardized tests, including the SAT I and SAT II and/or ACT. These tests enable colleges to compare the academic achievements of students from different schools and help determine who is best suited for study at their respective institutions.
PSAT/NMSQT The Preliminary Scholastic Achievement Test (PSAT) is a "practice test" for the SAT I. With the same format as the SAT I, the PSAT is a useful predictor of SAT I scores. Most students' performance improves slightly by the time that they actually take the SAT I. The PSAT is not required, though it is the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Those achieving the highest scores in the country are named National Merit finalists and National Merit winners and are often eligible for scholarships. The PSAT is normally taken in the fall of either the sophomore or junior year of high school. A student can obtain the registration information from his or her school college office or guidance counselor.
SAT I: Reasoning Test The SAT I: Reasoning Test is a timed (3 hour) test, which measures mathematical and verbal reasoning abilities. Most colleges and universities require it for admission. Students should take the SAT I either in the spring of junior year or fall of senior year. It is preferable to take it in the junior year, for if a student wishes to improve the score, it can be retaken in time for scores to be sent to colleges. High school guidance and college offices have forms to pre-register; it is important to observe registration dates. Students with disabilities may make arrangements, including un-timed exams, to accommodate their needs.

40. Mt. Notre Dame High School -|- Academics
http// Educational testing Service for math and verbal as tested bythe sat I (http Demystifying standardized tests
Academics Admissions Alumnae Athletics ... Student Life SAT/ACT Information
Most colleges require applicants to take either the ACT or SAT. These are standardized tests that some schools used only for placement purposes, but most use as one of the indicators for admission. You should check the information you have received from the schools you’re interested in to find out what tests they require and how they are used. ACT or SAT?

The two tests are very different although most colleges will take the results of either one. (Cincinnati State Technical and Community College requires neither but gives its own placement test.) It is very difficult to predict on which test you will do better. At MND we recommend that you take both tests in the spring of your junior year. By that time, you will have finished a lot of the coursework tested and you will have enough time to take the test again in the fall if you want to try to improve your score. Most, not all, students score higher the second time. You could limit retakes to the one on which you do better. The ACT tests four areas: English, math, reading, and science reasoning. Calculators are not allowed during the math test. Each area is scored separately, a score ranging from 1-36. A composite score is also given. The ACT is considered an achievement test and is designed to assess what you have learned in order to determine readiness for college level work. There is no penalty for guessing on the ACT. An ACT score is necessary to be considered for the Ohio Academic Scholarship.

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