SAT and ACT Information

Testing Dates and Registration Deadlines for the 2017-18 School Year

Test Date*
Test Dates    
October 7 September 8 September 9 August 4
November 4 October 5 October 28 September 22
December 2 November 2 December 9 November 3
March 10 February 9 February 10 January 12
May 5 April 6 April 14 March 9
June 2 May 3 June 9 May 4
 July 14 June 15

*College Board offers Sunday test dates for religious purposes. You may only request Sunday testing if your religious observance prohibits your ability to test on a published Saturday test date, and this conflict is validated by an official clergy letter.
**Each test has a late registration deadline, generally 7 to 10 days later, but there is an extra fee.
*** Starting with the March test date, the new redesigned SAT test will be given.

Register for the SAT Reasoning Test at
  • If you don’t have an online account with College Board, you set it up (it’s free) before registering.
  • Cost of SAT (without essay) $46.  Cost of SAT (with essay) $60.  (Many colleges require essay component.)
  • Our WHS school code is: 481515
  • Select 4 colleges to send your score.
  • Use your unique SAT study plan through your PSAT resource – My College Quickstart!
  • Practice tests and links to planning for college, selecting a college, applying and paying for school.
Registration for the ACT Test at
  • Cost is $46.00.  If you choose to add the writing part to the test (many colleges require the writing portion), the fee is $62.50.
  • The WHS school code is: 481515
  • Select 4 colleges to send your scores.
SAT/ACT Information and Test Preparation Websites
You can access free test preparation for SAT and ACT at:’s online test preparation courses are totally free!  You can access a customized course that includes user-friendly tutorials, practice sessions that dynamically adapt to each student’s ability.
Khan Academy – For the first time ever, the creators of the SAT have given Khan Academy exclusive access and advice to build a personalized practice program for anyone, anywhere. These tools are free and available now for every student to take ownership of their learning and their future.  Features of this free resource include:
  • 4 official full-length practice tests;
  • study and test-taking tips;
  • 8 diagnostic quizzes to pinpoint top areas for practice;
  • Thousands of practice questions;
  • Video lessons and hints; and,
  • Instant feedback throughout.

More information available at – SAT information and practice questions (you can register for the test from here).  Also this site has links to planning for college, finding the right college, getting into college, and paying for college. – ACT information and practice questions (you can register for the test from here).  It also offers many of the similar things that the above sites do…college searches, financial aid help and career planning. – This is a site that has free information about the tests, as well as college admissions, financial aid, careers and parents help.
SAT Practice Tests:
PSAT Practice Tests:

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