College Testing 2018-2019

SAT/ACT Test Dates

SAT I, SAT II Test Dates Regular (Regular-Fee) 
Registration Deadlines
Late (Additional Fee) 
Registration Deadlines
June 2, 2018 May 4, 2018 May 18, 2018
August 25, 2018 July 27, 2018 August 10, 2018
October 6, 2018 September 7, 2018 September 21, 2018
November 3, 2018 October 5, 2018 October 19, 2018
December 1, 2018 November 2, 2018 November 16, 2018
March 9, 2019 February 8, 2019 February 22, 2019
May 4, 2019 April 5, 2019 April 19, 2019
June 1, 2019 May 3, 2019 May 17, 2019

* St. Agnes Academy is a testing center for the October and March SAT exams.
More information about the SAT is available here.

ACT Test Dates  Regular (Regular-Fee) 
Registration Deadline
Late (Additional Fee) 
Registration Deadline
Received By
June 14, 2018 June 15, 2018 June 16-22, 2018
September 8, 2018 August 3, 2018 August  11-26, 2018
October 27, 2018 September 21, 2018 Sept. 29 - Oct. 14, 2018
December 8, 2018 November 2, 2018 November 3-19, 2018
February 9, 2019 January 11, 2019 January 12-18, 2019
April 13, 2019 March 8, 2019 March 9-25, 2019
June 8, 2019 May 3, 2019 May 4-20, 2019
July 13, 2019 June 14, 2019 June 15-24, 2019

More information about the ACT is available here.

Score Choice

Each college and university sets its own policies about what type of standardized testing, if any, they require. It is the student’s responsibility to research the requirements and follow through. Almost all students will take the SAT and ACT with Writing at least once. Many will take either or both tests more than once. PrepMatters has compiled a list of campuses and their testing policies for easy use. Please note that this is not an official document of the campuses, so please verify the information on each individual school website! 

There is also a term that you should be familiar with—Score Choice. Score Choice is a score-reporting feature that gives students the option to choose the SAT scores by test date and SAT Subject Test scores by individual test that they send to colleges, in accordance with each institution's individual score-use practice. Some colleges and universities do not allow students to choose which test dates they send, the require applicants to send all test dates and scores. Remember to verify with the individual colleges and universities.
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CLEP Exams

Some colleges and universities allow students to take CLEP (College-Level Examination Program) tests to earn college credit for 33 introductory-level college subjects. CLEP exams test mastery of college-level material acquired in a variety of ways and are accepted at over 2,900 campuses across the country. Each college sets its own policy: It decides which CLEP exams it will grant credit for and how many credits it will award. So contacting the school is the first step in determining if CLEP tests are a good option. To look up which colleges accept CLEP tests, decide which (if any) exams to take, and registering for exams, please visit the College Board website.

SAT Subject Tests

Subject tests are hour-long, content-based tests that allow students to showcase achievement in specific subject areas where they excel. These are the only national admission tests where you choose the tests that best showcase your achievements and interests in a single subject area. Some highly selective colleges and universities require students to take subject tests as part of the application process. Some colleges also use subject tests to place students into the appropriate courses.

SAT Subject Tests allow you to differentiate yourself in the college admission process or send a strong message regarding your readiness to study specific majors or programs in college. In conjunction with your other admission credentials (your high school record, SAT scores, teacher recommendations, etc.), they provide a more complete picture of your academic background and interests.

There are 20 SAT Subject Tests in five general subject areas: English, history, languages, mathematics, and science. To learn more about subject tests, register, and take practice exams visit the College Board website.

Advanced Placement Exams

Colleges and universities throughout the world offer credit and/or placement for qualifying Advanced Placement® exam scores. Information about AP credit and placement policies at many colleges and universities is available on the College Board's website. Type in the name of the college or university whose AP policy you want to view (or browse by letter of the alphabet). You will see a link to the college's own web page that details its AP credit/placement policies and a statement by the college or university about their AP policy.