SAT and ACT Testing
SAT and ACT Testing and Test Prep Information
The EWHS CEEB Code is: 480344
Most colleges in the U.S. will be either test-optional or test-blind and not require SAT and ACT scores for the graduating Class of 2021. Double check with each college you are applying to, and refer to the Fair Test website.
**If you have limited finances and cannot afford the test fee, please see your counselor for a fee waiver!** Using a fee waiver to take the SAT Exam will also get you four free fee-waivers for college applications and access to free applications for colleges using the Common App.
The EW Library has SAT and ACT Test Prep guides which can be checked out for free.
SIGN UP AS SOON AS YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO TAKE THE EXAM. LOCATIONS DO FILL UP AND SUBJECT TEST SPOTS ARE LIMITED. IT IS NICE TO BE ABLE TO TEST LOCALLY (SHORELINE OR EDMONDS). IT IS NOT SO FUN TO HAVE TO DRIVE TO MARYSVILLE OR HAVE TO TAKE A FERRY TO ANOTHER LOCATION BECAUSE OUR LOCAL SIGHTS ARE FULL. SO REGISTER EARLY WHEN POSSIBLE. Note: LOCAL TESTING CENTERS HAVE NOT BEEN OFFERING EXAMS DUE TO COVID CLOSURES. IF YOU DO WANT TO TEST, IT WILL BE VERY DIFFICULT TO FIND A LOCAL TESTING CENTER AND SUCCESSFULLY TAKE AN EXAM.
All SAT tests must be registered for online: College Board
All ACT Tests must be registered for online: ACT
TEST Prep Opportunities:
Princeton Review http://testprep.princetonreview.com
Khan Academy has FREE online test prep. Go at your own pace. Highly recommended by students. www.khanacademy.org/test-prep
Kaplan ACT/SAT Prep Classes Kaplan Website
Scheduled at local universities, high schools and Kaplan Centers. Kaplan sometimes offers ACT Prep Classes at EWHS. See the Kaplan website for information.
There are also Many Many online prep courses and downloadable apps.