Overview: Test Information
Not all colleges require standardized tests. View a list of more than 800 colleges and universities that do not use SAT or ACT scores for admission. In addition, junior colleges (2-year colleges) do not require standardized tests for admission.
- ACT Dates
- ACT Registration
- SAT Dates & Registration
- SAT Subject Test Dates & Registration
- AP & IB Test Dates & Registration
The PSAT 10 is a practice SAT administered to Sophomores in April. In junior year, the PSAT/NMSQT is the qualifying test for National Merit Scholarship.
Many colleges require either the SAT or the ACT as part of the application process. Take time to decide which test is best for you. A state-sponsored SAT is administered to Juniors in April.
SAT Subject Tests demonstrate high school level achievement in a subject area. Colleges may require or recommend two Subject Tests in specific areas determined by major.
AP and IB Tests demonstrate college-level achievement in a subject area. Many colleges grant advanced placement, priority registration or college credit for higher scores.