Testing and Academics is a big step in your High School Success. We believe you can accomplish the things you set your mind to! Now it’s time to start putting in the work!

Reach out to your academic advisor to create a plan for these tests.

ACT Timeline – The ACT can be taken after the age of 13 and can be taken up to 12 times.
“In general, students applying to competitive colleges should plan to take the ACT once in the spring of junior year and once in the fall of senior year.” –ThoughtCo

SAT Timeline – The SAT can be taken anytime starting Freshman Year and can be taken many times.
“The College Board recommends taking your first SAT during the spring of 11th grade. By this point, you should have learned most of the major concepts tested on the exam and will have ample time to retake the SAT one or more times, if needed.” –Best Colleges

PSAT Timeline – The PSAT can be taken 3 times in High School but only once a Year.
“Most students take the PSAT at their high school in the fall of their sophomore or junior year. Ask a teacher or school counselor when the test will be offered at your school and how to sign up.” –The Princeton Review


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