Testing Information

ACT (click a topic below)
The ACT Test is a college entrance exam. Some scholarship committees use it to determine scholarship awards.
It is recommended that students take the test twice before the end of their senior year of high school.

ACT class at FSHS on November 16th, 8:00am - 12:00pm.  
Fee = $38.00
Register in the Counseling Office by November 9th
It is well-timed training for the December test.


For information about the trainer please visit: www.powerprepinc.com



ACCUPLACER - used by FSCC   (click a topic below)
Required if taking dual-credit classes or college classes while still a high school student and have not yet taken the ACT Test
 
 
PSAT (click a topic below)
  • About the test
  • Registration Deadline - OCT 6th  (sign up in the Counseling Office)
  • Date - Wednesday, Oct 11th
  • Fees - $16.00
  • Test Prep
 This is a National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
 
 
SAT  (click a topic below)
 With SAT.collegeboard.com, the new SAT® student website from the College Board, high school students and their families will find it easier to get ready and register for the SAT. The new site provides a streamlined, engaging Web experience by combining uncluttered design, concise content, and new and improved functionality to make it easier to complete SAT — and SAT Subject Test-related activities online. The site is organized around the three areas: practicing, registering, and viewing and sending scores.
 
 
 
A FREE on-line test prep program with multiple ways to prepare for the SAT Test.
 
 

ASVAB  (click a topic below)

The ASVAB Test is designed to help students narrow their career choices if they are unsure of what they want to do after high school.  It is administered by the military, but there is absolutely NO military commitment required.  This test helps students to recognize their strengths and matches those strengths to possible careers that might interest them.


Practice Tests (Multiple Tests Available)

Practice tests and problems for Common Core and standardized tests like the ACT, SAT, PSAT, Compass, ASVAB, AP Subjects, Math Resources and much more.  http://www.varsitytutors.com/practice-tests 


Math Resources https://www.varsitytutors.com/free-math-resources


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