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SAT/ACT Information

SAT/ACT Information

SAT INFORMATION

Register and begin studying for your college entrance exams-SAT Reasoning or Subject tests at https://sat.collegeboard.org/register  and the ACT at www.actstudent.org . You’ll find practice exam questions. Collegeboard also provides SAT prep through Khan Academy. Fee waivers are available, please see Mr Mendoza.

* 2016-17 SAT Administration Dates at RHS: November 5, March 11, June 3

* 2016-17 ACT Administration Dates at RHS: October 22 and April 8

We will be providing ACT/SAT registration workshops on October 7 and November 11 in the RHS career center.
Seniors (class of 2017) applying to a four-year university for fall 2017, you must take these tests no later than December 2016.


Recent Changes for the SAT
Students will be prompted to provide a photograph during SAT registration. This photo will appear on the Admission Ticket.

An Admission Ticket will be required for entry to the test center. This is in addition to the existing requirement that students present an acceptable form of photo ID.

Students’ gender and date of birth will appear on your test day roster and on the Admission Ticket. This will provide additional data points for matching students’ IDs with their registration information.

Changes to test center, test date or test type (SAT to SAT Subject Tests™ or vice-versa) will not be allowed on test day. Students who wish to make registration changes must do so by the published late registration deadline for the desired test date.

Standby testing will not be available. If students miss the last registration deadline for a particular test date, they may have the option to request Waitlist Status through their online accounts. Waitlisted students will be on your test-day roster and will have a specially marked Waitlist Ticket. Waitlist students can be admitted if staffing, space and materials allow. All students allowed entry to the test center must present either an Admission Ticket or a Waitlist Ticket. New or changed registrations cannot be accepted at the test center on test day.

http://www.csumentor.edu/planning/high_school/cal_residents.asp
Please go to the CSU eligiblity index webpage to see what scores in the ACT or SAT you will need to be eligible for a CSU campus.

Test scores are required unless you have a grade point average above 3.0 and are a resident of California. The CSU uses a calculation called an eligibility index. that combines your high school grade point average with the score you earn on either the SAT or ACT tests. Even if you have a GPA above 3.0, it is useful to take either an SAT or ACT as the score may indicate if you do not need to take English and math placement tests after you are admitted and before you enroll at the CSU.

http://sat.collegeboard.com/practice/sat-subject-test-preparation
Interested in taking one or more SAT Subject Tests™, but want to know what you're getting yourself into? You've come to the right place. Try your skills on these practice questions. They are designed to help you become familiar with the format of the questions and learn your strengths and weaknesses.

http://sat.collegeboard.com/practice/sat-practice-questions
SAT Practice questions

http://sat.collegeboard.com/practice/sat-practice-test
Taking the SAT Practice Test is a stress-free (and free) way to find your strengths and weaknesses on the SAT. You can test online, or you can print it out.

SAT Practice Booklet

For more helpful information regarding SAT, please go to http://satresourcecenter.collegeboard.org/test-preparation