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  • College 101 Presentation

    This presentation provides insight as to what to expect once your senior year begins and what that looks like for the college application process. If your plan is to continue your education through community college or a university...or you're still not sure, I highly recommend taking the time to view the College 101 presentation. There's a lot of information and insight to help you get started on this journey. For more selective universities, the application process can begin as early as August 1st, trust me, preparation is key! :)

    Click this link: College 101 for Juniors

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    The ACT with Writing is required for graduation. If you miss the test date you will have to pay to take the test or wait to take it your senior year, which will be LATE for college applications.

     

    Click here to register to take the ACT with Writing if you want to retake it.

    Please see me for fee waivers (you must qualify)

     

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  • ACT Scores: You will receive your score sheets in the mail late March or early April. Please see the ACT handout link below for information on how to create an account and access your scores online.

     

    You will need to set up an account to send your scores to colleges next year!

     

    Remember, ACT has a lot of FREE prep to better prepare you to retake the ACT to improve your scores. The ACT/SAT handout has information and test dates.

     

     

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  • SAT

    You can also take the SAT in March, May or June as well as in the Fall of your senior year. Remember you will need good scores to place into College level Math and English!

     

    Click here to go to the College Board SAT site to register. The SAT is not free, however you can get a waiver if you qualify for Free or Reduced lunch. Please see Mrs. McLaughlin.

     

    SAT Practice

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