SAT/ACT

What is the SAT/ACT Test?

The SAT and ACT are both entrance exams used by most college and universities to make admission decisions.  The purpose is to measure a high school student's readiness for college.  Typically, the higher the score, the more options for attending and paying for college will be available to you.

Common Questions:

Should I take the SAT or the ACT?
 
SAT

Register for the SAT

SAT 2019-2020 Test Dates & Deadlines

College SAT Essay Policies

Colleges that Use the Tests

SAT Accommodations

ACT

How do I register for the ACT

ACT 2019-2020 Test Dates & Deadlines

PSAT Accommodations

PSAT FAQs

Test Preparation & College Application Support

Fear Free SAT/ACT Practice Test | Sponsored by the LWHS PTSA

Did your student miss the first round of practice tests? No worries! We have additional Fear Free SAT and ACT Practice Tests with the Princeton Review occurring in December and January. The Fear Free tests are a great way for your student to get comfortable with the format and style of the SAT or ACT in a stress free environment. Scored tests will be returned to students in a free review session. Upcoming tests dates are:

  • ACT on Saturday, January 11

All tests are taken in the LWHS library from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm, and provide a complete testing simulation. Click here for additional information and registration instructions. 

Questions? Contact Martha Rames and Kavita Joshi, LW PTSA Program Co-Chairs


College Application Workshop | Sponsored by the LWHS PTSA

Take advantage of trained volunteers who are ready to help with application essays, personal statements and admission interview practice.

We meet outside the College and Career Center on Wednesdays during ROO Time (9:25-10:05 am) and after school at 12:55 pm, as well as Thursdays after school at 2:50 pm. Students should bring their essays and appetites (snacks provided!) and we look forward to seeing them there. This is a FREE program.

Click here for more College Application Workshop details. 


Online Programs

ACT Academy

Princeton Review