Exams and Testing
Princeton Review PSAT/SAT & ACT Review Sessions
SAISD offers Princeton Review student training sessions for the SAT and ACT exams during the fall and spring semesters. Numerous SAISD teachers have attended training with Princeton Review personnel and conduct the sessions. Students enrolled in one of these sessions will have the opportunity to take practice tests and will work with Princeton Review materials throughout the classes. The courses are targeted at sophomores and juniors; however, freshmen are also invited to attend. As the result of a grant acquired by SAISD, the classes will be offered at a much reduced rate.
The last day to register for SAT is January 22. The last day to register for ACT is April 26. No late registrations will be accepted.
Further information including dates, times, prices, and registration information, can be found in the following documents.
For specific information about dates, times, etc. for each session please contact the following teachers:
For general information, please contact Jennifer Crutchfield at (325)947-3838, ext. 726.
|Mon, Dec 4||English I EOC|
|Tue, Dec 5||Algebra I EOC|
|Wed, Dec 6||English II EOC|
|Thu, Dec 7||Biology EOC||US History EOC|
|Tue, Apr 10||English I EOC|
|Thu, Apr 12||English II EOC|
|Tue, May 8||Algebra I EOC|
|Wed, May 9||Biology EOC (LVHS)||US History EOC|
|Thu, May 10||Biology EOC (CHS)|
|Mon, June 25||English I EOC|
|Tue, June 26||Algebra I EOC||Biology EOC|
|Wed, June 27||English II EOC|
|Thu, June 28||US History EOC|
|3rd Grade||4th Grade||5th Grade||6th Grade||7th Grade||8th Grade|
|Tue, Apr 10||Writing||Mathematics||Writing||Mathematics|
|Wed, Apr 11||Reading||Reading|
|Mon, May 14||Mathematics||Mathematics||Math Retest||Mathematics||Mathematics||Math Retest|
|Tue, May 15||Reading||Reading||Reading Retest||
|Wed, May 16||Science||Science|
|Thu, May 17||Social Studies|
|Tue, June 26||Math Retest||Math Retest|
|Wed, June 27||Reading Retest||Reading Retest|
The SAT is a 3-hour-and-45-minute test that measures the critical thinking, mathematical reasoning, and writing skills that students need to do college-level work. Nearly every college in America accepts the SAT as a part of its admissions process. That's why more than two million students take the SAT every year. Most students take the SAT during their junior or senior year in high school.
For a list of test dates, view the SAT Test Dates and Registration Deadlines.
For more information including SAT Preparation Resources, test dates and fees, and registration information, please visit the College Board SAT website.
The Preliminary SAT®/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test is a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT Reasoning Test™ and gives students a chance to enter National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) scholarship programs.
The PSAT/NMSQT is available for home-schooled students eligible to attend school in the district and may register at both high school counseling centers.Test Information
The PSAT test is held in October. Please contact your school counseling center for exact dates and times.
Free to interested juniors enrolled at Central and Lake View High Schools
$15 for interested sophomores and freshman
Registration forms available in the school counseling centers (Deadline to register is TBA by campus)
Central High School counseling department - (325)659-3434 x118
Lake View High School counseling department - (325)659-3500 x128
The ACT is America's most widely accepted college entrance exam. It assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The multiple-choice tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science. The Writing Test, which is optional, measures skills in planning and writing a short essay.
For a list of test dates, view the ACT Test Calendar.
For more information about the ACT including test preparation resources, test dates and fees, and registration information, please visit the ACT Student website.
AP Examinations are administered each year in May and are available to students enrolled in the district's various AP Courses. The AP Exams test students' ability to perform at a college level and offer students the possibility to qualify for college credit.Exam Information
AP Exams are held during two weeks in May. A detailed AP Exam schedule can be found at the CollegeBoard website.
For more information about the AP program, contact Jennifer Crutchfield at (325) 947-3838 x726.