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Please be advised that SAT at Bartram Trail has been
cancelled on 10-1-22 due to hurricane IAN.
College Board will send out notices about the
cancellation and the next steps how to register for a
make up administration or a refund. 

 

For information on testing accommodations for College Board Exams
and the ACT, please scroll to the bottom of this page.

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ACT and SAT

—————– Prep Websites ——————
ACT: https://cloud.e.act.org/free-practice-act-test
https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/test-preparation/free-act-test-prep.html
https://www.kaptest.com/act/free/act-free-events

SAT: https://www.khanacademy.org/sat
Click here to link your College Board
account with Kahn Academy


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When you register for SAT and/or ACT remember to:
-Code BTHS so we receive your scores: 100809
-Send scores to colleges and/or universities you are interested in by using their codes
-Send scores to the NCAA if you will be playing a sport in college (Code 9999)

What to bring on Test Day:
-Admission Ticket
-Valid Photo Identification
-Two #2 pencils
-Calculator (make sure it is an approved calculator)
-Watch (to pace yourself during testing-optional, but recommended)

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ACT Info
Recommended to take in spring of junior year
Offered at BTHS, Test Center Code 207930

Registration: http://www.act.org

SAT Info
Recommended to take in spring of junior year
Offered at BTHS, Test Center Code 10614
Registration: http://www.sat.org

 

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AP Exam Information

Advanced Placement Exams are Administered by the College Board

They are administered to students in grades 9th – 12th who have taken an AP course during the school year for possible college credit and placement in college.

These tests are administered in May and scores are sent home in mid July.

AP Scores Online https://apscore.collegeboard.org/scores

2022 AP Tests are the last two full weeks of May by test type.
Please visit AP Central on the College Board web site to
determine the test date of individual exams.

https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/courses/exam-dates-and-fees

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TESTING ACCOMMODATIONS
If your student currently has an IEP or 504 Plan with testing accommodations,
there is an additional separate application process for requesting
accommodations for both the College Board exams and the ACT. There are
also specific deadlines for these request strictly followed by College Board
and ACT. Print and complete the form(s) below and have your student
turn it in to their school counselor well before the ‘request for
accommodations’ deadline (see below). Please write on the form the date of
the test for which the student is registering.

College Board exams (PSAT, SAT, AP) SAT Consent Form for Accommodations
The ACT – ACT Consent Form to Release Information

Students who are approved for accommodations by College Board and/or ACT
for a specific test date do not need to re-request
accommodations for any future test(s).

 

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The PSAT exam is an indicator or performance on SAT and AP readiness; it provides students with a chance to check in on progress toward college and career readiness and success. It is the only way for juniors to qualify for National Merit Scholarship!  

The PSAT upcoming assessment for all 10th grade students on Wednesday, October 12th. All 10th grade, BTHS students, will be automatically scheduled to take the PSAT and scores will be reported at no charge.

Any 9th or 11th grade BTHS student wishing to take the PSAT, and all 9-11th virtual/home education students wanting to take the PSAT, will need to sign up and pay a registration fee. The link is listed below, the deadline to sign up is September 11th.

Link for 9th & 11th Grade Students Registration: https://www.schoolpay.com/link/PSAT2022

Students need to bring their own pencils, approved calculator, water, and snacks for testing day.

The date to submit accommodations requests to PSAT for test day accommodations was August 23rd.

If you have any questions about PSAT please contact our Assistant Principal, Ms. Parker Raimann ([email protected]) or Ms. Melissa Roughan ([email protected])

Click here for important information for the PSAT on October 12, 2022