Testing Information

Iroquois High School Code- 331810

Iroquois ACT Test Center Code- 197450

ACT Test
The ACT is America's most widely accepted college entrance exam. It assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work.

*    The multiple-choice tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science.
*    The Writing Test, which is optional, measures skill in planning and writing a short essay.

The ACT Plus Writing includes the four multiple-choice tests plus a 30- minute Writing Test and has a higher fee. To help you decide which test option to choose, check with the colleges you are considering or go to www.actstudent.org for a list of colleges that have provided information regarding their policies = whether they require recommend, or do not need results from the ACT Writing Test.

**  Testing date scheduled at Iroquois High School

   * No test centers are scheduled in New York for the February test date          

ACT Testing dates for 2015-2016

Test Date

Registration Deadline

(Late Fee Required)

September 12, 2015

August 7, 2015

August 8 – September 21, 2015

October 24, 2015**

September 18, 2015

September 19 – Oct.2, 2015

December 12, 2015

November 6, 2015

November 7 - 20, 2015

February 6, 2016*

January 8, 2016

January 9 – 15, 2016

April 9, 2016**

March 4, 2016

March 5 – 18, 2016

June 11, 2016**

May 6, 2016

May 7 - 20, 2016

* No test centers are scheduled in New York for the February test date.
** Iroquois Testing Dates

Please register online at www.actstudent.org/start
2015-2016 ACT Registration  Fees

Regular registration Plus Writing

ACT No Writing




For more information regarding the ACT, please go to:
     Free Online Test Prep for ACT

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SAT Testing Dates for 2015-2016


SAT Date

Register By Date**

Late Registration*


 Oct 3, 2015 

Sep 3, 2015

Sep 22, 2015

 Nov 7, 2015** 

Oct 9, 2015

Oct 27, 2015

 Dec 5, 2015

       Nov 5, 2015         

Nov 23, 2015

 Jan 23, 2016 

Dec 28, 2015

Jan 12, 2016

 Mar 5, 2016**

Feb 5, 2016 

Feb  23, 2016

 May 7, 2016

April 8, 2016

April 26, 2016

 June 4, 2016

May 5, 2015

May 25, 2016

Additional fees apply if you register late or make changes to your test type, center or date after registering.

Sunday administrations usually occur the day after each Saturday test date for students who cannot test on Saturday due to religious observance.

** Iroquois Testing dates


2015-16 SAT. with Essay  Fees (Oct. 2015 - Jan. 2016)

Regular registrations

Late registration


     $54.50 + 28.00

                              2016 SAT. with Essay Mar - June Fees 
            $54.00      $54.00 + 28.00
                              2016 SAT. (Mar. - June) 
            $43.00    $ 43.00 + 28.00

2015-2016 SAT Subject Test Fees


Base fee

Language with Listening Tests

All other Subject Tests

Late/Change Fees 


(per test date)

+ $26

(per test)

+ $18

(per test)

 Late registration or  Change- $28.00

                                                                                    Iroquois High School Code- 331810

Iroquois SAT Test Center Code- 33380


To register for SAT or SAT Subject Tests- http://sat.org/register

Free SAT practice tests-http://sat.org/practice

Free SAT practice Subject Tests- http://SATSubjectTests.org

Test Day information-http://sat.org/test-day



Practice for the SAT® and Qualify for Scholarships
The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) measures the skills your child has developed over the course of his education. These include
*    Critical reading skills
*    Math problem-solving skills
*    Writing skills
Students take the NEW PSAT/NMSQT in the eleventh grade to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Corporation's scholarship programs and to prepare for the SAT. Your child can also benefit from taking the test in the tenth grade or earlier because he'll get personalized feedback on the academic skills he needs for college. By taking the test before eleventh grade, he'll have more time to develop these skills and to begin the college planning process. In 2005, 53 percent of PSAT/NMSQT test-takers were in tenth grade or earlier.
Why Students Take the NEW PSAT/NMSQT
 In addition to assessing critical academic skills, the NEW PSAT/NMSQT provides an opportunity to:
*    Prepare for the Redesigned SAT Reasoning Test™: The Redesigned SAT test will launch in March 2016, the test uses similar questions and the same  directions.
*    Qualify for scholarships (if your child is in eleventh grade).
*    Compare scores with other college-bound students around the country.
*    Forecast SAT scores.
*    Get feedback on skill strengths and weaknesses.
*    Get free information from colleges and scholarship programs through the Student Search Service®.
*    Plan ahead for college and a career.

*The New PSAT focus' on knowledge, skills and understands that research has identified what is most important for college and career readiness and success.  Greater emphasis on the meaning of words in extended contexts and how word choice shapes meaning, tone and impact.  There is no penalty for guessing on the NEW PSAT.
*The Redesigned PSAT is 2 hours and 45 minutes which includes reading, writing and language and math sections. 

PSAT Test Date:
Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 7:45 - 11:30 am
(Students taking the test will be missing classes).  Students may register in HS Book Store from September 23rd - October 8th.  Test fee this year is $23.00. Limited seating is available. Checks made payable to Iroquois Central School District.  For more information, please go to: http://www.collegeboard.org   The test is given at Iroquois High School . Space is limited to the first 180 students.

                                          Free Online Test Prep for the PSAT

Before the test: www.collegeboad.org/psat for sample questions and practice test answer explanations.

Meet the SAT®

The SAT is a 3 hour and 45 minute test that measures the critical thinking, mathematical reasoning, and writing skills that students need to do college-level work.
What Is the Test Like?
The test's three sections are divided into nine subsections, including a 25-minute essay, which are timed separately:
Section    Tests Ability To
Critical Reading
(3 sections)    
*    Understand and analyze what is read
*    Recognize relationships between parts of a sentence
*    Understand word meaning in context
(3 sections)    Solve problems involving:
*    Algebra and functions
*    Geometry and measurement
*    Number and operations
*    Data analysis, statistics, and probability
(3 sections)    
*    Use standard written English
*    Identify sentence errors
*    Write an essay and develop a point of view

There are several breaks between sections, during which your child is welcome to eat or drink any snacks she has brought.

How Important Are SAT Scores?
The most important factor for college admissions is your child's high school transcript—judged by grades received and the rigor of the courses. SAT scores are intended to supplement your child's record (and other information, such as extracurricular activities and recommendations).
When Should My Child Take the SAT?
Most students take the SAT at national administrations during their junior and/or senior year in high school. However, there are no age or grade restrictions for taking the test.
At least half of all students take the SAT twice—in the spring of junior year and in the fall of senior year. What's more, most students improve their scores the second time around. All scores are reported to colleges, but colleges generally look only at the highest scores.There is no limit to the number of times a student can take the SAT 's.