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Testing Information

ACT One of two college admissions tests, usually taken in the spring of the junior year and fall of the senior year. Students must register on the ACT website

AP (Advanced Placement) AP tests allow students the opportunity to receive college credit for advanced high school work. Students register to take the tests in the spring of the year they are taking an AP class. To find out about AP Credit policy at different colleges and universities, visit the following website: AP Credit Policy. Register for AP Exams here:

ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) Offered free of charge by the Armed Services to all interested junior and senior students. The test graphs both vocational aptitude and career interest and correlates scores to occupations in the armed services.  

CLEP (College Level Examination Program): You may earn college credit for knowledge gained through courses or life experiences. 

PSAT Provided to all juniors October and provided to all freshmen and sophomores in April. Results include an estimated SAT score, and the test serves as the qualifier for the National Merit Scholarship program for juniors. 

SAT One of two college admissions tests, provided to all juniors in the spring. Any other time a student wants to take the exam, they must register on the College Board website

SAT Subject Test: Some colleges require or recommend that students take SAT subject tests as part of the admissions process in addition to the SAT or ACT. Please consult with the colleges you are interested in to determine if this is something you need to consider.