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SAT | ACT | PERT




 The SAT

Register for the SAT Here.
Having trouble registering online? SAT Help Line: 1-866-756-7346


SSD Accommodations

The last day to request SSD accommodations for College Board .... 

SAT Help

Try practice books available at any major book retailer. Prices range from $10 to $40. Which one is best? The one you'll USE!!
Popular brands include anything published by The College Board, Kaplan, ETS, Princeton Review, Barron’s, and MANY more.

Try other websites such as learnerator.com or KhanAcademy.org. These sites and many others offer free or low cost online practice.

Check out the Khan Academy SAT Toolkit for more information.

You can also visit College Board's website for daily study tips, and links to study guides you can purchase.

There are private tutoring options available through outside companies such as Huntington Learning Center. See your counselor for more details but contact companies individually for pricing information.  
The ACT

Register for the ACT Here
Having trouble registering online? ACT Help Line: 319-337-1270


ACT Help
1. Take a FREE prep course at actonlineprep.com


2. Visit www.act.org  for more information and study tips.

3. Try practice books available at any major book retailer. Prices range from $10 to $40. Which one is best? The one you'll USE!!
Popular brands include anything published by ACT, Kaplan, ETS, Princeton Review, Barron’s, and MANY more.

4. Try other websites such as learnerator.com or KhanAcademy.org. These sites and many others offer free or low cost online practice.

5. There are private tutoring options available through outside companies such as Huntington Learning Center. See your counselor for more details but contact companies individually for pricing information.  




More on The SAT & ACT


Evaluating test prep sites (Slideshow/Article)




SAT Subject Tests

Subject tests are offered the same dates as the regular tests. Not all students are required to take subject tests. Check your college applications to find out if you need to take subject tests. 




The PSAT

All 9th, 10th and 11th graders at HHS will be automatically registered for the PSAT every fall. 

 
Find out information about the PSAT here.



Understanding your PSAT Score






The PERT (Formerly the CPT)

Get information on taking the PERT here.

Check out a sample study guide here.  

Choose a location, date and time. No appointment is needed, but it is recommended that you allow up to 3 hours for testing.

You must seen an advisor before testing.

You must have a photo ID.

You must also bring documentation that you are a high school student seeking Dual-Enrollment Status and that you have an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher. Get this from your counselor or bring in a copy of your current report card.
Print out TWO copies of your scores. One will be for your records, and one you must bring to school so it can be added to your school records.  
You may take the PERT at any one of HCC's campuses.