Tests/Testing

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**Now available in the library are SAT and ACT Study Guides.  You can use these books during a study hall or check out for one night or one weekend.  These books are filled with helpful information, practice questions and tips on taking the exams. Check it out!

Here are some comparison charts and information for the ACT / SAT Tests.

Score Comparison Chart

ACT / SAT Differences

Universities/Colleges/Technical schools require entrance tests. The ACT and SAT are the placement tests required for college/university acceptance.

ACT & SAT: All students should take these tests during their junior year. However, it is an advantage to take these tests as sophomores or freshmen as well. This provides more opportunities to take the tests multiple times in an effort to increase scores. Students must register for these tests. Online registration is available atwww.actstudent.org or www.collegeboard.com. Practice tests and a complete list of test dates are also listed at these sites.

www.collegeboard.com also has a helpful report to view your SAT score that explains score details, range, percentile and average and how your score could change if you retake the exam.  Sign in on the CollegeBoard website and go to My SAT. You will need to register an account in the My Organizer section.

PSAT: All sophomores and juniors will take this test. This is the practice test for the SAT. This test is given on campus during the school day and does not require registration. The test is normally administered at school in October. NMSQT -National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test is part of the PSAT. Check out www.collegeboard.com for more info.

PLAN: Freshman and sophomores will take this test at school. It is an important practice test for the ACT. This test is given on campus during the school day and does not require registration. Check out www.actstudent.orgfor more info.

OGT (Ohio Graduation Test): All Sophomores take this assessment at school.  This is an Ohio Graduation requirement.  Check out the OGT Student Web Site for practice tests and resources.

ACT & SAT Test Prep

Local Options

ACT prep course at Edison Community College visit their website at www.edisonohio.edu for more information.There is a fee for these classes. These classes review math and English skills, test taking and time management tips, test questions and practice problems. 

 Tipp‐Monroe Community Center www.tmcomservices.org

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Educational Testing Services 

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ePrep - ePrep provides online SAT, ACT, and PSAT test preparation courses delivered by experts through engaging, on-demand video lessons.

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