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SAT Information

General Information at The College Board's website including registration, dates and locations, fees, test day checklist, and score report information.

Practice and Preparation

  • SAT Question of the Day

  • Sample SAT questions (free)

  • Full SAT sample test (free)

  • Official SAT online course

  • Official SAT study guide

  • Sample SAT subject test questions (free)

  • SAT Skills Insight 

ACT Information

General Information at ACT's website including registration, test dates and locations, fees, test day checklist, and score report information.

Practice and Preparation

  • Naviance's ACT Prep Program (free)

  • ACT Question of the Day (free)

  • ACT Preparation Booklet (free)

  • Practice Test Questions (free)

  • Test Tips (free)

  • Test Descriptions (free)

  • Official ACT Online Prep

  • Official ACT Prep Guide 


Information provided regarding the estimated relationship between two scores on the ACT and SAT. Because the ACT and SAT are different tests, these tables do not equate scores, but instead provide a tool for finding comparable scores. You can find the concordance tables and guidelines for use.


This test is geared towards 9th, 10th and 11th graders. Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) is a standardized test that provides practice for the SAT. It also gives students a chance to enter National Merit Scholarship Corporation scholarship programs (11th grade) and gain access to college and career planning tools. The PSAT measures critical reading skills, math problem-solving skills, writing skills. 

Reasons for taking the PSAT:

  • Receive feedback on strengths and weaknesses on skills necessary for college study. Students can then focus his/her preparation on those areas that could most benefit from additional practice.

  • Students can compare his/her test performance with that of a nationwide group of students planning to enter college.

  • Enter the competition for scholarships from National Merit Scholarship Competition (11th grade).

  • Help prepare for the SAT by becoming familiar with the kinds of questions and directions seen on the SAT.

  • Receive information from colleges if you decide to participate in the Student Search Service.


Families experiencing financial difficulty and need assistance in paying for college applications or college tests (ACT, SAT, PSAT, AP) may qualify for a fee waiver. Please contact your school counselor for more information.

Any further questions you have regarding the PSAT can be answered by your student's assigned guidance counselor

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