ACT/SAT & STAAR Information

Need more information about the PSAT?

View this presentation for more information on the importance of the PSAT.
View this guide if you need help understanding your results.

 

Prepare for your PSAT TEST: STUDY STUDY STUDY!

All sophomore take the PSAT at MHS.  You can use the results from your PSAT to study for the SAT.  It is also a good idea to take the PSAT as a Junior.  Juniors that do well on the PSAT could receive additional scholarship money.


 

Trying to decide between the SAT or the ACT?

Here is more information that might help you make an informed decision.

SAT vs ACT: Which test is right for you?


 

SAT & ACT Registration Info

SAT

**If you receive Free/Reduced lunch, you are eligible for 2 fee waivers. 

Visit Mr. Gonzalez in the quad room for more information.**

SAT Registration Information

ACT

**If you receive Free/Reduced lunch, you are eligible for 2 fee waivers. 

Visit Mr. Gonzalez in the quad room for more information.**

ACT Registration Information

ACT Test Dates

SAT Test Dates

Sending Your Test Scores

Colleges and NCAA require that your score reports be sent directly to them from the testing agency to consider your application.  They are on the back of your transcript but they must have the official score report.  If you did not order them when you signed up for the test, order the report once you have completed your college application.

TSI Testing

Colleges and dual credit require that you are either TSI exempt or you have to take a TSI test before enrollment.  Exemption depends on the school so check with your college or university for the qualifications.  Practice for the TSI here.

STAAR Testing

For more information regarding the STAAR tests including dates, required assessments and required scores, click here.

For questions regarding STAAR testing or re-testing, contact Valerie Williams.

Athletes

After registering with the NCAA eligibility center send your SAT/ACT scored to the eligibility center using the code #9999