WTPS - WTHS - GUIDANCE - Standardized Testing Washington Township High school. guidance Department. sat I II. act. Psat/NMSQT. AP. standardized testing. CEEB Code 311 sat 1 is a standardized test of verbal and mathreasoning http://www.wtps.org/wths/guidance/SAT.html
Extractions: SAT 1 is offered seven times on the following dates TEST DATE REGISTRATION LATE REGISTRATION *October 11 September 9 September 13 *November 1 September 26 October 8 December 6 November 1 November 12 January 24 December 22 December 31 *^March 27 February 20 March 4 *May 1 March 25 April 7 *June 5 April 29 May 12 *Test held at WTHS ^ SAT 1 only SAT II is offered six times each year. SAT applications are available in the guidance office Top of Page AMERICAN COLLEGE TESTING PROGRAM (ACT) TEST DATE REGISTRATION LATE REGISTRATION October 25 September 19 October 3 December 13 November 7 November 20 February 7 January 2 January 16 April 3 February 27 March 12 June 12 May 7 May 21 ACT applications are available in the guidance office
Catholic Home Schooling - Seton Home Study School - SAT/PSAT/ACT Information Seton Home Study school is an accredited Catholic home schooling apostolate under the Roman Catholic bishop of Arlington, Virginia. We provide curricula, materials, grading, counseling, record Curriculum. ENROLL. Book. Catalog. standardized. testing. Test. Content. Frequently Director of guidance. SETON school CODE FOR sat AND act 470 902 http://www.setonhome.org/resources/sat.stm
Extractions: Dear Students and Parents: Here is information regarding this year's PSAT, SAT and ACT tests. You should be able to obtain registration bulletins from a local high school, community college or a public library. If you cannot obtain the form for some reason, please call Seton and we will be able to supply one to you. The registration bulletins list the centers and the dates; please check them for the center most convenient for you. Also, please use the Seton CEEB code number ONLY for the SAT and ACT. This code number is: 470 902. It is important for Juniors (11th graders) to take the PSAT test, as there are scholarship opportunities based on the results. Most notably, the National Merit Scholarship program uses the PSAT as their benchmark. The dates for the PSAT this year are October 18th and October 21st; these are the only two dates for this test. Ask a local high school for registration. For the PSAT, it is very important that you DO NOT USE the Seton school code. Please use the state code provided for home schoolers listed at the end of this notice. It is important to use this code because home school students should be compared for scholarship purposes with others from their own states. SAT dates, 2003-2004: October 11, November 1, December 6, January 24, March 27, May 1, June 5.
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Extractions: Getting Into College! You're about to embark on your journey to school, but you have no clue where to begin. Well, Kaplan Test Preparation would like to help by providing you with some tips and tricks of where to begin. 4Tests.com and Barrons Education partner to provide high school and college students with free online practice exams. Some of these exams include: And if you need additional help on these or any other high school or college exam don't hesitate to check out Barrons Education where you can order their books online.
Extractions: Students are responsible for determining which tests they should take and properly register to take them. Number of tests for underclassmen are administered through the high school. For all other tests, students may register online or by completing an application that can be found in the HFA Guidance Office. Students are encouraged to take as many practice tests as possible in order to bolster their confidence and pinpoint necessary areas of study. In addition to the sample tests contained in the registration packers, on-line tests are also accessible, and books of sample tests are available at cost through various companies such as Kaplan, Princeton Review and Education Unlimited. Recommended Testing Schedule
Extractions: College Home Page College Directory College Visits College Corner ... Alumni Records The following tables are the 2003-2004 ACT, SATI and SATII testing dates and registration deadlines. Registration packets for these standardized examinations can be picked up in the College Corner in the Guidance Department. The deadline date means that the registration packet must be postmarked on or before that date. Students are advised to take the packet to the post office when registering the week of the deadline date. Glenbrook North High School (CEEB) Code: 143-215 Please Note: Glenbrook North High School does not record test scores on transcripts or applications. It is the student's responsibility to request test scores from the test companies. ACT
PHS SAT/ACT Testing Links sat/act/testing Links. ETS Code 210726 page, e-mail Patuxent High school and we will review and Main guidance Page. The sat and act are standardized assessments that http://www.calvertnet.k12.md.us/schools/phs/phstesting.html
Extractions: Graduation Requirements College Requirements Competitive College Requirements College Links ... Financial Aid Links SAT/ACT Links Parent Resources Guidance Newsletter Main Guidance Page The SAT and ACT are standardized assessments that most colleges use (at least in part) to determine the potential success of a student at the college level. These links provide more information about these tests as well as study tips, test taking strategies and sample questions. However, NONE of these sites should take the place of a thoughtful discussion with your counselor about these issues. Each student has different needs and only an individual meeting can make sure that your needs are met. The ACT Information Page Information, strategies, and techniques for doing well on the ACT - a college admissions test accepted by most colleges in place of or in addition to the SAT. Kaplan Testing Page Articles and information about the PSAT, SAT I, SAT II, and ACT. Also includes free SAT test-prep software and college admissions information.
SAT & ACT Testing Dates sat I/sat standardized Test Overviews ( Psat/sat/sat II/act school Code 100508 * Application packets for the sat act as well as practice booklets are available in guidance http://guidance.bvhs.org/sat-act-info.htm
Extractions: SAT I/SAT II Registration Dates National Test Dates Tests Given Registration Closes Late Registration October 11, 2003 SAT I and SAT II September 9, 2003 September 13, 2003 November 1, 2003 SAT I and SAT II September 26, 2003 October 8, 2003 December 6, 2003 SAT I and SAT II October 30, 2003 November 12, 2003 January 24, 2004 SAT I and SAT II December 22, 2004 December 31, 2004 March 27, 2004 SAT I only February 20, 2004 March 4, 2004 May 1, 2004 SAT I and SAT II March 25, 2004 April 7, 2004 June 5, 2004 SAT I and SAT II April 29, 2004 May 12, 2004 SAT Link ACT Registration Dates National Test Dates Registration Closes Late Registration September 27, 2003 August 22, 2003 September 5, 2003 October 25, 2003 September 19, 2003 October 3, 2003 December 13, 2003 November 7, 2003 November 20, 2003 February 7, 2004 January 2, 2004 January 16, 2004 April 3, 2004 February 27, 2004 March 12, 2004 June 12, 2004 May 7, 2004 May 21, 2004 ACT Link TEST PREPARATION WEBSITES Kaplan (PSAT/SAT) Peterson's Test Prep (ACT/SAT/SAT II/PSAT/TOEFL) Princeton Review (PSAT/SAT) Standardized Test Overviews (PSAT/SAT/SAT II/ACT) ScholarStuff Test Prep (AP/CLEP/SAT/PSAT/ACT) Yahoo! Education Test Prep
Belleview High School Appropriate course work and standardized testing are tools used to move to all studentswanting to raise sat or act scores, practice testtaking skills or http://www.marion.k12.fl.us/schools/bhs/guidance.html
Extractions: First step into high school assessed through FCAT scores, teacher recommendations and parent/counselor discussions. Maximized learning climate and future goals facilitated through efforts by counselors who continuously monitor and change schedules as needed. Pesco Interest Inventory, which builds self concept, given to each student. Counselors develop a 4-year portfolio and conduct several classroom visitations throughout the year. 10th Grade
Northside High School - Guidance standardized testing Use this number when you register for the Code is the same forboth act and sat. Advanced Placement Tests (20032004) NOTE Fees for AP http://www.rcs.k12.va.us/nshs/02/guidance/default.shtml
Extractions: Counselor assignments are alphabetical based on the student's last name. The assignments for this year are... A-Ed - Ms. Ether Johnson - firstname.lastname@example.org Eg-La - Dr. Tom Bennett - email@example.com Le-Ro - Ms. Sandra Woodford- firstname.lastname@example.org Ro-Z - Ms. Teresa Molnar - email@example.com
Upper School - Guidance Office Students in 11th grade have two primary tasks to begin visiting colleges and tocomplete their standardized testing by taking the sat and the act. http://www.charlottechristian.com/upper_school/guidance_office.asp
Extractions: Additional Guidance Office links: Guidance Program Overview The program begins by helping 9th grade students make a successful transition to the academic life of Upper School. Students receive classroom instruction on time management, study skills and note-taking strategies. Each student then has individual follow-up appointments to discuss personal areas for improvement and complete a four-year academic plan. Students in 10th grade receive guidance in choosing the direction of their careers. Students complete a brief career interest inventory and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator to help them better understand themselves, particularly in relation to their career interests. Students also complete a guided journal that teaches them to seek Gods will when making major life decisions such as their choice in careers. Students in 11th grade have two primary tasks: to begin visiting colleges and to complete their standardized testing by taking the SAT and the ACT. Charlotte Christian sponsors several college visits each year to a range of colleges that includes Christian and secular, public and private, large and small.
STANDARDIZED TESTING AT DARIEN HIGH SCHOOL students participate in three arenas of standardized testing as they The act TheAmerican College testing Program based in is an alternative to the sat I. The http://www.darien.k12.ct.us/guidance/testing.htm
Extractions: STANDARDIZED TESTING AT DARIEN HIGH SCHOOL THE DARIEN HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT Darien High School students participate in three arenas of standardized testing as they move from the Freshman through the Senior year; The Comprehensive Testing Program III (CTP III) published by the Educational Records Bureau, the state-mandated Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT) the College Board Testing Program, consisting of three tests that are optional for students, but one or more are most likely taken if the student is college-bound. These are; the Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test (PSAT) the Scholastic Assessment Test I (Reasoning Tests and the Scholastic Assessment Tests II (Subject Tests) Additionally, students who are enrolled in one or more Advanced Placement Courses may elect to take one or more of the Advanced Placement Tests (AP) Each of these tests are described in some detail below. The ACT and TOEFL are both listed below. Back to the Guidance Homepage The Comprehensive Testing Program III, commonly known in this district as the ERB after its New York publisher, Educational Records Bureau, is administered to all Freshmen during the early Fall. The program consists of five tests that involve the verbal areas of achievement and two tests that involve the quantitative areas of achievement.
Test FAQs Students are used to taking standardized tests from elementary school on of thegeneral information applicable to act testing is also true of the sat. http://www.linnmar.k12.ia.us/schools/hs/guidance/testfaq.html
Extractions: Test FAQs Frequently asked questions about We have included a number of questions we frequently get about the main standardized tests students take as they prepare for college. If you would like us to address additional questions on this page, please let us know by calling or sending us e-mail . All of these tests are typically taken during the junior year. Who should take the ACT assessment? When do students usually take the ACT exam? How may times are students allowed to take the ACT? What would be the reason for retaking the ACT? ... How high does the ACT score have to be in order to be in serious contention for academic scholarships? Q: Who should take the ACT assessment? A : The ACT is required by most four-year institutions in the Midwest. It is also accepted (but not necessarily preferred) by most four-year institutions throughout the United States. Colleges on the east and west coasts generally prefer the SAT exam for admissions purposes. Students planning on attending a community college (e.g. Kirkwood Community College) do not necessarily need to take the ACT. Kirkwood, for example, uses its own tests to advise students on course selection. These tests take half the time of an ACT and are administered free to the prospective student numerous times throught the year. Students should see their counselor if they have any questions as to whether or not they need to take the ACT.
Trinity High School Year of Leadership and standardized Tests Academic counseling Job board Programming testing Psat Fall act - Spring sat - Spring Group http://www.trinityhs.org/guidance.htm
High School Guidance Program Status Report (GSR), to interpret the standardized test scores and Scholastic AptitudeTest (sat) and American College testing (act) testing Psat Test Schedule. http://www.nisd.net/guidww/high_school_guidance_program.htm
Extractions: Guidance Curriculum Individual Planning Responsive Services System Support High School Guidance Counselors deliver the comprehensive guidance program to students in grades nine through twelve in a manner that prepares students for post secondary opportunities. High School Counselors must have the following qualifications, (All high school counselors in Northside I.S.D) High School Counselors address their continuing professional growth through: Students may see the school counselor through...
Walton High School Guidance Department TOP. standardized testing. OnLine sat Registration. http//www.collegeboard.org.On-Line act Registration. http//www.act.org. The Princeton Review. http://www.walton.k12.fl.us/whs/guidance.htm
Extractions: Walton High School Guidance Department 555 Walton Road DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433 Phone 850-892-8203 / FAX 850-892-8204 Ms. Marsha McLendon, Senior/Junior Advisor Mr. Charlie Morse, Sophomore/Freshman Advisor http://www.schoolnotes.com/32433/morsec.html Scholarship Information Financial Aid College Links ... College Entry Essay Information Scholarship Information: FastWeb http://www.fastweb.com EXPAN Scholarship Search http://www.collegeboard.org/fundfinder/bin/fundfind01.pl The Scholarship Research Network http://rams.com.srn/ Minority On-Line Information System http://www.fie.com/molis.scholar.html Free Scholarship Search Services http://finaid.org http://www.college-scholarships.com/100college.html http://www.scholarshipplus.com Bright Futures WebPage http://www.facts.org Don't Get SCAMMED!! 6 Signs That Your Scholarship is Sunk http://www.ftc.gov/conline/pubs/scholarship/sixsigns.html FinAid's Scam Alert http://www.finaid.org/finaid/scams.html TOP Financial Aid: FAFSA on the WEB http://www.fafsa.ed.gov Florida Financial Aid Program http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org
Standardized Testing Marquette University High school. COLLEGE guidance. standardized testing. 20032004Calendar. Test Registration Instructions. act/sat/Psat Preparation Courses http://www.muhs.edu/pages/teacherpages/collegecounsel/clearyweb/testing.html
Extractions: Mrs. Cleary STANDARDIZED TESTING [2003-2004 Calendar] [Test Registration Instructions] [ACT/SAT/PSAT Preparation Courses and Tutors] [Helpful Links] ... [Contact Information] 2003-2004 Calendar DATE TEST OFFERED* REGULAR REGISTRATION DEADLINE LATE REGISTRATION DEADLINE Saturday, October 11, 2003 SAT I/II September 9, 2003 September 13, 2003 Saturday, October 25, 2003 ACT September 19, 2003 October 3, 2003 Saturday, November 1, 2003 SAT I/II September 26, 2003 October 8, 2003 Saturday, December 6, 2003 SAT I/II October 30, 2003 November 12, 2003 Saturday, December 13, 2003 ACT November 7, 2003 November 20, 2003 Saturday, January 24, 2004 SAT I/II December 22, 2003 December 31, 2003 Saturday, February 7, 2004 ACT January 2, 2004 January 16, 2004 Saturday, March 27, 2004 SAT I Only February 20, 2004 March 4, 2004 Saturday, April 3, 2004 ACT February 27, 2004 March 12, 2004 Saturday, May 1, 2004 SAT I/II March 25, 2004 April 7, 2004 Saturday, June 5, 2004 SAT I/II April 29, 2004
Testing Program standardized tests administered at Bishop Kenny High school are also returned providingan excellent study tool for college admissions tests (sat and act). http://www.bishopkenny.org/Guidance/testingprogram.htm
Extractions: If a student does not indicate the high school code at the time of registration, Bishop Kenny will not receive a copy of the results. TESTING PROGRAM Standardized tests administered at Bishop Kenny High School are: PLAN (a pre-ACT test) October of Sophomore year PSAT (a pre-SAT test) October of Junior year Results are given to the student prior to Christmas vacation. The students exam booklet is also returned providing an excellent study tool for college admissions tests (SAT and ACT). Advanced Placement A.P. (Advanced Placement) exams are administered each year in May. Students taking advanced placement classes are REQUIRED to take the A.P. exam. To fully prepare for these exams, students may be required by their teachers to attend special sessions before and/or after school or on weekends. Exam dates and other A.P. information can be found at www.collegeboard.com Only students enrolled in an AP course offered at Bishop Kenny High School are eligible to take the AP exam in that course. A student requesting permission to take an AP exam in a course not offered at Bishop Kenny High School must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 and show evidence of independent preparation for the exam.
Extractions: (unless you use real sheepskin) that designates or confers the completion of some line of study. We find it interesting that parents who confidently homeschool turn to jelly when it is time to award the diploma. If you have homeschooled your child and he has completed your designated course of study for high school, you may and should award a diploma.
Guidance Department beyond high school should participate in a program of standardized testing. act.Find out more about the act, another of the college sat Question of the Day. http://www.okcps.org/hs/northeast/Guidance/guidance_department.htm
Extractions: Guidance and Counseling Important Information for You and Your Student (Please click on the hyperlinks below.) PREPARE FOR THE ACT: What do I know about my child's teacher? The federal education law put in place by President Bush called "No Child Left Behind", requires that all parents in Title I school be notified and given the opportunity to request information about the professional qualifications of classroom teachers instructing their child. If you are interested in this information, you may send your request to Dr. Borelli who will provide a response. Are you registered? Fall national testing dates for SAT I, SAT II (subject tests) and ACT: National Test Dates Test Registration Deadlines U.S. and International U.S. Late November 1, 2003 SAT I and SAT II September 26, 2003 October 8, 2003 December 6, 2003 SAT I and SAT II October 30, 2003 November 12, 2003 January 24, 2004 SAT I and SAT II December 22, 2003 December 31, 2003 March 27, 2004 SAT I only February 20, 2004 March 4, 2004
Learning Disabilities OnLine: LD In-Depth: SAT And ACT Accommodations For Studen information on learning disabilities, technology, learning disorders, attention deficit disorder, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dysnomia, speech disorder, reading difficulties, guidance counselor must complete and send in the two forms and the necessary fee to the sat Services for Students with Disabilities. The school testing http://www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/transition/hishinuma_actsat.html
Extractions: Dept. of Psychiatry, University of Hawaii Introduction Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) The SAT I, Reasoning Test, is composed of a verbal and mathematics subtest. Three hours are allowed for the completion of SAT I. Each SAT II Subject Test is one hour in length. Test accommodations can be obtained under two different plans. For both options, two documents must be completed: regular SAT Registration Bulletin, and