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  • SAT Information 

    SAT School Day

    Everett Public Schools offers the SAT once per year for all 11th grade students. Students will take the SAT on March 4, 2020. 

    Preparing for the SAT 

    Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy

    Start practicing for the SAT with a personalized study plan based on your PSAT/NMSQT score. It is simply the best place to prepare for the SAT, and it's free!

    Why Take the SAT? 

    The SAT is an entrance exam used by colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. The SAT is a multiple-choice, timed test created. The SAT was designed to measure students' readiness for college. In addition, SAT scores can be used to meet the Washignton State "graduation pathway" requirement. SAT scores can be used at any time a student is ready to persue college.  

    What's on the SAT? 

    There are two sections of the SAT: 

    • Math
    • Evidence-Based Reading and Writing

    The SAT also includes an optional Essay section. During SAT School Day all students must take the essay section of the exam. Some colleges may require that you complete the SAT Essay. 

     

     

  •  ACT Information 

    ACT School Day Testing

    Everett Public Schools does not offer the ACT during a school-day administraction.

    Preparing for the ACT

    ACT Academy™ (linked here) is a free online learning tool and test practice program designed to help you get the best score possible on the ACT test, and well on your way to college and career success.

    Why Take the ACT? 

    The ACT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. The ACT is a multiple-choice, timed test created. The ACTwas designed to measure students' readiness for college. In addition, ACT scores can be used to meet the Washignton State "graduation pathway" requirement. SAT scores can be used at any time a student is ready to persue college.  

    What's on the ACT? 

    There are four sections on the ACT:  

    • English
    • Reading
    • Math
    • Science

    The ACT also includes an optional 40-minute Writing Test. Some colleges may require that you complete the ACT Writing Test.