'Good to Know!' Facts:
Colleges hope to see students sit for standardized exams at least two times.
The SAT and the ACT are accepted by all schools across the U.S.! There is no required or preferred exam for any state, including the state of Michigan.
SAT Concordance Table
What do my SAT scores really mean? How do they compare to the ACT?
Check out this concordance table from College Board themselves.
Standardized Testing Information
The PSAT will be administered to all 9th and 10th grade students in April.
*Students will not need to register or pay for these exams.
All junior students are given the PSAT/NMSQT in October. This is the only opportunity for students to sit for the National Merit Qualifying Exam each school year.
*Students will not need to register or pay for this exam.
All Junior students MUST complete the M-STEP, the Michigan Student Test of Educational Process, as a component of the State of Michigan high School Graduation Requirements.
One of the components of the M-STEP is a free administration of the redesigned, full length SAT. This SAT can be used for college admissions purposes.
The M-STEP will be administered on April 10 and 10, 2018.
*Please look for details in Mr. Roncone's Parent Emails.
ACT Dates: http://www.actstudent.org/regist/dates.html
SAT Dates: https://sat.collegeboard.org/register/sat-us-dates
*Junior students should complete all standardized testing by the end of their 11th grade year.
Test Preparation for Students
Khan Academy is a FREE website EXCLUSIVELY partnered with College Board to enable ALL students the opportunity to prepare for the redesigned SAT.
Free Virtual SAT/ACT/AP practice exams and tutoring! Visit Library of Michigan for the Learning Express Library.
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