Career Center Specialist: Carly Campbell - 425-204-3225.
Lindbergh’s School Code: 480985
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - What is the difference between the SAT and ACT? When are they given? What do they cost? Compare the two tests, side by side. SAT/ACT Quick Facts More information may be found at www.princetonreview.com/sat-act.aspx
What will colleges do if I send more than one set of test scores?
Most colleges will combine your highest individual math, reading and writing scores from multiple tests. This includes Gonzaga, Seattle University and Washington State University.
Some colleges will take the highest overall test score. This includes the University of Washington.
What if I can’t afford to pay the test fees?
If you receive free or reduced-price lunch at school, you qualify for SAT and ACT fee waivers. You can use up to two SAT fee waivers and two ACT fee waivers between your junior and senior years. If you use an SAT fee waiver, you can also receive up to four college application fee waivers. Fee waivers are available from Ms. Campbell in the Career Center.
Please visit www.collegeboard.com to register online.
Please visit www.act.org to register online.
If you are planning to attend a four-year college, you need to register to take the SAT or ACT. For the test dates and registration deadlines please visit www.collegeboard.com or www.act.org . Registration materials and fee waivers are available in the Career Center. Practice Tests: http://www.testprepreview.com/clast_practice.htm
Test Prep Resources:
Free practice SAT, ACT, PSAT, GED, and COMPASS tests:
Practice Compass test:
Free SAT and ACT Practice Tests, sponsored by Kaplan. Please visit http://www.kaptest.com/enroll/SAT/98058/events for dates, locations and to sign up.
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