A.C.T. : Since students in Michigan are no longer automatically taking the A.C.T., if you would like to take this test you will have to sign up through A.C.T. directly on their website. Most colleges will take either S.A.T. or A.C.T. scores as part of the college admissions process. If you are unsure as to how the S.A.T. will go, we would encourage you to take both tests. Send all of your scores to colleges or for scholarship opportunities and whichever score is higher will be the one that is used. Come see your counselor if you have a question about whether or not you should take the A.C.T.
Khan Academy : This free service has partnered with CollegeBoard to provide exclusive access to preparation materials for the re-designed S.A.T. tests. Through Khan Academy you can upload your P.S.A.T. or S.A.T. results, or take diagnostic testing, to develop a personalized road map for S.A.T. test preparation. Click here for info on how to register.
P.S.A.T./N.M.S.Q.T. : This Preliminary S.A.T. (P.S.A.T.) administration serves as the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (N.M.S.Q.T.) for junior students and is a great preparation for the S.A.T. which all juniors take in the spring.
P.S.A.T. 10 and P.S.A.T. 8/9 : All 8th, 9th, and 10th grade students will now be taking the P.S.A.T. 9th and 10th graders will take these tests on April 11, 2017. These assessments will provide a great opportunity to practice for taking the S.A.T. in junior year and will provide students with information on their skills, college readiness, and suggestions for scheduling appropriate coursework in the future.
S.A.T. : All juniors will take the redesigned S.A.T. on April 11, 2017 through Milford High School. Only if you are planning to take the S.A.T. early or to retake the S.A.T. do you need to register and find a testing location through the College Board website.
S.A.T. Directions - Save yourself some valuable time on test day. Familiarize yourself with the directions and expectations for each section of the Re-Designed S.A.T.
A.S.V.A.B. Test : The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery was originally designed to predict future academic and occupational success in military occupations. The A.S.V.A.B. now incorporates a career exploration and planning program that uses your A.S.V.A.B. results to help explore the world of work.