SAT-ACT Information

2020–2021 SAT/ACT Prep**

SAT Prep Course – Spring 2021

Partnership with Princeton Review
January 23 – March 10
Saturdays 9am to 1pm and Wednesdays 4pm to 7pm

What is included:

  • 18 hours of classtime LiveOnline
  • Unlimited access to SAT Advantage LiveOnline sessions
  • 3 scheduled, digital proctored practice tests
  • Review and practice books (SAT Manual version 6.0, 10 Practice Tests for the SAT, The Official SAT Study Guide)
  • Additional full-length and single-section practice tests
  • Year-long access to online student portal (access to study materials to SAT, ACT, PSAT)
  • Individual drill builder study plans & Interactive goal setting tracking tools

Register here: https://bit.ly/2JQBFgB 
Use Promo Code CarlmontHSFA20 for a $300 discount off the regular price.

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SAT Practice Tests – Spring 2021

Partnership with Revolution Prep
Full-length, proctored Practice Tests
Saturday, February 6, 2021, 9am to 1pm – Choose SAT or ACT
Saturday, March 20, 2021, 9am to 1pm – Choose SAT or ACT

  • Materials will be emailed to students 24 hours before the exam
  • Every exam comes with a free 30-minute score report review with Revolution Prep’s testing expert to assess specific strengths and areas of improvement.

Deadline to register: Thursday before the exam (Feb 4, Mar 18)

Registration Instructions:

  • Donation of $10 requested, and for an additional $1, students can access 1 month of unlimited tutoring.
  • Go to the Revolution Prep-Carlmont partnership page and select the exam of your choice.
  • Schedule your free Score Report Review with Revolution Prep Academic Advisor Jennifer Lawler via her appointment page.

Questions? Contact Sue Kim-Ahn, PTSA SAT/ACT Prep Volunteer

  • For information on the OFFICIAL administration of these exams, go to CollegeBoard for the SAT exam, and ACT for the ACT exam. 
  • The University of California is changing their ACT/SAT test score requirements, beginning with applications for the Class of 2021.
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** For the Class of 2022 (current Juniors) and beyond

Due to limited testing availability in the Spring through Fall 2020 period, several colleges changed their SAT/ACT requirements for students who applied for Fall 2021 admission. Some of those changes were temporary. Please check with the specific colleges to which you will be applying to verify what their SAT/ACT requirements will be for your application process!

  • Test Optional: Neither ACT or SAT are required with the application, but if scores are submitted, they will be reviewed.
  • Test Blind: ACT or SAT scores will not be looked at even if scores are submitted.
  • Test Flexible: Students may substitute other tests such as single subject, AP, IB scores in lieu of SAT or ACT.

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