Welcome to the SAT/ACT Prep page! Here you will find the most up-to-date information regarding College Board’s SAT Program, and the ACT Program. Test dates, registration deadlines and fees, and test preparation tools are all available through the test preps’ websites. Students who are interested in taking the college entrance exams are encouraged to sign up for an account, and subscribe to the ‘Question of the Day’ and the ‘Problem of the Day.’ During the registration process each of the test will require you to import a photo ID that will help identify you on the test day.
The SAT is comprised of three sections: reading, writing and math. The maximum score a student can make is 2400. Students can use the BIG IDEA section of College Board to review school sizes, locations, and intended majors. This tool can help juniors and seniors navigate their way to college! Please take a few minutes to review the link below. Explore! Discover! Become aware of the possibilities ahead of you!
Every 11th grade student in the state of North Carolina will take the ACT as a required standardized test for the state. The excellent opportunity in this is that students can gage where their college and career readiness skills are, and how they match up to their region, state and nation. The ACT is comprised of four sections: math, science, reading and writing. The maximum composite score that a student can score for the entire test is a 36.
Results from the ACT will allow students to review their college and career readiness skills as they prepare for life after high school. Please take a few minutes to review the website, test prep strategies, and upcoming test dates and fees.