ACT is another standardized exam required for private colleges
Signing Up for the SAT (Three Steps)
PART I: Signing Up for the SAT To sign up for the SAT you need to go sign on to your CollegeBoard account (or create one).
HINT: The name you use for this account is the name you will use for all
your college applications. It is difficult to change your name on
CollegeBoard, MAKE SURE IT IS CORRECT.
HINT: Make your password the same as your Naviance password if possible -
ALSO as soon as you make the account go on to your Naviance account and
complete a quick survey to save your CollegeBoard username and
password. Go to About Me tab and click on CollegeBoard Account listed
under Surveys to Take on the left side column. Once you complete a
survey it will appear in Completed Surveys in case you forget (MANY DO)
Click on SAT Home
Click on Register Now
Click on either Sign In or Sign Up
Then start the registration process
PART II: Sending Scores as a Junior You don't send scores at this point EXCEPT for UCs and CSUs.
You can send them to CSU Mentor and they will go to ALL CSUs!!!
In the Send Scores section, go to the right corner of the page and click
on More Search Option. A small box will appear and put the following
code in the space: 3594.
This will save you money it is free at this point but most schools do not want them.
Send them to one UC and all will go to all!
PART III Fee Waiver Instructions for SAT (free/reduced lunch, AVID, Upward Bound students)
Go to room 40 and ask them to send Ignaitis an email that states you are
free or reduced lunch. Then come to room 45 and pick up a fee waiver
from me. Do not wait until the last day!
Sign on to www.collegeboard.com and go to SAT Registration
You can use the waiver for either SAT Reasoning Test or SAT Subject Tests
SAT Reasoning is one day (four hour exam)
SAT Subject Tests you can take up to three exams (each exam is 1 hr)
When it asks if you want the answer for an additional fee, click YES (it is free)
Use the whole CODE starting with 052605 (handwritten) and the letters/numbers.
Keep the fee waiver for your records. You might need later!!