All eligible juniors will be taking the SAT examination in April as part of required state testing.
The SAT is another college entrance examination. It measures the skills you have learned in and outside of the classroom and how well you can apply that knowledge. It tests how you think, solve problems, and communicate. The test is composed of the following sections:
All multiple choice questions are scored the same way: one point for each correct answer. No points are subtracted for incorrect multiple choice answers or for incorrect student-produced response questions. Test takers are encouraged to answer every question. The total score possible is 1600.
2017/2018 SAT Test Dates and Registration Deadlines
PREPARING FOR THE SAT
For a full, official SAT practice test, click HERE.