The ACT is a one of the college entrance exams required many colleges & universities (the other being the SAT, colleges & universities will accept either). For more information about the ACT, visit their website at www.act.org.
All students take the ACT at UHS in the spring of their junior year for FREE.
Students do not need to register for the ACT at UHS but will be required to attend a pre-ACT meeting on a given date. The ACT given at UHS does not include the writing portion. If you are planning to apply to a school that requires the writing portion, you will have to register to take it again at a later date.
Students will receive their scores in the mail at the address they provided on their answer sheet. Students must have an account to be able to send their scores to colleges or sign up to take the ACT again! Create your account as soon as you receive your score sheet because you need your score sheet to do so (and then you have access to your scores and your account if you lose your score sheet)!
Follow these steps to create your account:
If you decide to take the ACT again, or need to take it with writing, you can sign up on the ACT's website for one of the national test dates & locations here.
Students are eligible for ACT fee waiver if they meet one of the following criteria. Please visit the CCCC for a fee waiver.
ACT Preparation Resources
We also have test prep books that can be checked out in the CCCC!
AP Exam Information
Exam Registration Details
Fee Reduction Request Form
Late Testing Request Form
Practice AP Exams
AP College Credits
Find colleges and universities that offer credit or placement for AP scores.
Guide to the Sample Test - December 31, 2015 (in PDF)
Introduction to AzMERIT Sample Tests and User Guide - February 26, 2015*
AzMERIT Resource Portal
For more information such as Testing Dates and How to Receive Scores.
To earn more about the scholarship programs,visit their websites:
Instructions for Accessing PSAT Scores
Students can access their PSAT scores through their College Board account or create one if you don't have one (this account will be used to access all PSAT, AP, and SAT test scores).
PSAT Preparation Resources
Khan Academy: free online, personalized, SAT prep & by preparing for the SAT, you're preparing for the PSAT!
PSAT Sample Questions: free practice for the different parts of the test
Inside the Test Analysis: analyze each section of the test and answer practice questions
The SAT is a one of the college entrance exams required many colleges & universities (the other being the ACT, colleges & universities will accept either). For more information about the SAT, visit their website at https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat.
Students can sign up for the SAT at one of the national test dates & locations here. Students use their College Board account information to log in (the same information they use for viewing their AP test scores).
Some colleges require that the student take SAT with essay. You can see which colleges require the essay portion here or on a college's admission information page. If a college you are applying to a school that requires it, make sure to sign up to take it!
Students are eligible for fee waivers to take the SAT if they meet one of the following criteria. If eligible, please visit the CCCC to get a fee waiver
SAT Preparation Resources
Khan Academy: free, online, personalized SAT prep created by a partnership between the SAT & Khan Academy!
Question a day by Kaplan: answer one SAT question each day for free and receive detailed answer feedback
SAT Practice Tests: full-length online & paper practice tests from the SAT
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