Testing InformationSAT I, SAT II & ACT-Most four year colleges require that a student take either the SAT I or the ACT. The SAT I is offered seven times a year and students choose when they want to take the test. Register at www.collegeboard.com.
-Generally, colleges do not average scores together, so it is best for the student to take the test multiple times. Although there are a number of suggested strategies, one that is recommended by a number educators is to take the test twice during the Spring of the Junior year and once, if needed, during the fall of the Senior year.
-There is no harm with a student taking the SAT I as a Sophomore, however, the student should plan on taking the PSAT in the fall of the Junior year regardless of when the SAT is taken. The National Merit Scholarship Program is only offered to Juniors taking the PSAT.
-The SAT II is also offered seven times during the course of the school year. Many of the more selective schools require this test. If a student is interested in a school that is asking for this test, the student should register using the same process used to take the SAT I-register at www.collegeboard.com . Each test is one hour long.
-The ACT is another test used by colleges to assess whether a student is a good match for a school. If you are interested in taking the ACT, register at www.act.org.Lenape High School CEEB code- 310762
The following websites contain information on college admissions testing.
The College Board through the Educational Testing Service administers the SAT I, SAT II, PSAT, Advanced Placement, TOEFL (Test of English as a Second Language), along with many other standardized testing programs.
ACT (formerly American College Testing) administers the ACT Assessment which is another standardized college admissions test battery that is accepted at most colleges and universities as an alternative to the SAT.
This link brings you to a page with many tests on it. Click on TOEFL. The Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) is for students whose native language is not English and have not lived in an English speaking country for very long. It is submitted in addition to the SAT and effectively replaces the Critical Reading section in college admissions deliberations.
SCHOOLS NOT REQUIRING SAT'SThis organization keeps a complete list of all schools that do not require SAT's.