College Admissions Tests
There are a variety of testing options for college admissions. Whether it's a two year, four year or technical college, every student will need to take an admissions test. The SAT is the most popular test yet it may not be the best choice for your college admissions needs. Make sure to see your guidance counselor to find out which test(s) you should take. Below is a list of the most common admissions tests.
SAT: Most 4-year and research institutions require prospective students to take either the ACT or SAT for admission.
SAT prep is available in a variety of ways.
1) There are study guides available for checkout in the English media center,
2) gacollege411.org has great resources,
3) check out http://www.domesatreview.com/ for free online test prep info,
4) often local groups will offer tutoring before the March test date, check back for updated information,
5) the SAT website (collegeboard.com) has online study material and
6) SAT study booklets are available in the guidance office and books are can be checked out of the science library.
ACT: Most 4-year and research institutions require prospective students to take either the ACT or SAT for admission.
1)ACT offers their own online study materials at act.org,
2) ACT preparation guides are available in the guidance office,
3) Study Island has free online test prep
COMPASS and ASSET: The COMPASS and ASSET tests are assessment tests used primarily by technical and 2-year colleges to place students in postsecondary courses and/or programs of study.
1)gacollege411.org has test prep information under the college planning tab,
2) act.org has a study guide for the COMPASS,
4) www.asset-test-practice.com, and
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