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SAT & ACT OPTIONS at UHS FOR 2021-2022

ACT TEST: Register online at www.act.org

 

SAT TEST: Register online at www.collegeboard.org

The College Board is now requiring that any student approved for accommodations provide their accommodations letter on test day.  You would have received a letter in the mail when you were approved for your accommodations.  If you no longer have this letter it is your responsibility to see your IEP case manager or stop into the counseling center to request a copy of the letter from the counseling center secretaries prior to your scheduled SAT test date.  Students with 504 Plans should stop in to the counseling center secretaries to receive a copy of their verification letter if needed.  Once you have a copy it is advised that you keep it so you can use it for future test dates.  


 

SAT TEST PREP

Students are strongly encouraged to synch their College Board account with Khan Academy for personalized SAT practice. Click here to watch a video demonstrating how to complete the synching process.

Additional links to learn more about the test as well as practice and review questions:

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/practice

https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/sat

For account/log in issues, you will need to reach out to the College Board directly.  Counselors do not have the ability to access or reset account information for students on the CollegeBoard website. Contact information is below:

Students and Parents:  866-433-7728
psathelp@info.collegeboard.org

                                                       SAT Prep
Prepping for college amidst a global pandemic can present many challenges such as a lack of available resources for graduating seniors and adults returning to school. At TeachingDegree.org, our team has created an all-inclusive SAT guide that covers an overview of the test, online testing options, a breakdown of each test section, helpful tips, important disability information, and more. 

Check out the guide herehttps://www.teachingdegree.org/resources/sat-guide/