• "" If your Junior or Senior student is planning on taking the SAT being administered at Iroquois High School on 11/7/2020 please register by 10/7/2020 at:

    sat.org/register

    You may register by 10/20/2020 via mail (with a late fee).

    If you have any questions please contact the Student Support Services office at 652-3000 x 7876

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  • "" A 9-hour online course will be offered by Iroquois Community Education on October 26th, 28th, November 2nd, and 4th from 6:30-8:45 p.m. This course offers in-depth study of the SAT test including classroom instruction, test-taking strategies, testing information, workbook/study materials, and a free simulated SAT test.  For the simulated test schedule and registration information visit www.allprotutoring.com. Approximately 2 days prior the start date of the class, the student will receive an email with class login information and course workbook.  Please be sure to list the student's email address when registering! The cost of this course is $125.00, with registration online through Iroquois Community Education.

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  • "" A 9-hour online ACT prep course is being offered through Iroquois Community Education on November 30th, December 2nd, 7th and 9th from 6:30 -8:45 p.m. This review course offers an in depth study of the ACT test and includes classroom instruction, test-taking strategies, testing information, student materials and a free simulated test.  For the simulated test schedule and registration information visit www.allprotutoring.com. Approximately 2 days prior the start of the class the student will receive an email with class login information and course workbook.  Please be sure to list the student's email address when registering! The fee for this course is $125.00; registration is done online through Iroquois Community Education.

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  • "" National Test Dates and Deadlines 2020-21 can be found at SAT/ACT DATES 2020

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Testing Information

Why Take the SAT/ACT?

    • Each of these college entrance tests are considered a fair and reliable measure of college and career readiness for students.  The test questions reflect the work students are doing every day in high school courses to prepare for college success.  Visit sat.org/k12 for an in-depth look at the test specifications for the SAT; and for ACT preparation -www.act.org/the-act/testprep.
    • When used in combination with high school GPA, SAT/ACT test scores are shown to be a good predictors of a student’s potential to succeed in college.
    • The SAT covers core content areas essential for success in college- reading, writing and language, and math. The SAT has four components- five with the optional 50-minute essay with each component timed separately.
    • The ACT includes four subject areas; math, reading, science, English and optional 40 minute writing test.
    • The vast majority of colleges accept scores from either test. It is recommended that students research their college choices to determine specific testing requirements for admission; i.e. SAT, SAT subject tests, and/or the ACT. Students are encouraged to register for the writing component of either test. Consult with your school counselor and/or college web site for additional information on admission testing and score report requirements.  

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