Official SAT Test Prep and Resource guide: Parent Resource GuideSAT:The SAT will be administered to all seniors at no cost on Wednesday, October 16th, 2019. Students have up to 9 days after the exam to SEND SCORES to up to 4 colleges or universities that they plan to apply to. After the 9 days, each score send costs ~$12. Students need only send scores to ONE UC and ONE CSU since the CSU and UC systems will share the scores to all campuses that the student applies to.SAT and AP tests:
A great place to begin the college process is http://www.collegeboard.org. At this site, you may register for the SAT or SAT Subject tests, check your AP, PSAT, and SAT scores, do college and career self assessments, search for possible majors, look into scholarships, and a host of other things!Which SAT Subject test(s) should you take?and UC Admissions SAT Subject test requirements/recommendations may help.
Most 4 -year colleges require that students take either the SAT or ACT test. To register for the ACT test, log on to www.actstudent.org
You must send your scores to any college or university that you apply to; instructions here www.actstudent.org/scores/send/index.html.
The PSAT will be administered to all 10th and 11th graders on October 16, 2019. Students may opt in to the Student Search Service; nearly 1,900 colleges and scholarship programs use Student Search Service to find students who are a good match for their institution. Additionally, Juniors are eligible to complete for the National Merit Scholarships based on their PSAT scores which will be distributed in January. Practice exams are available online at http://www.collegeboard.org/quickstart.