• Fall Testing:     Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT)
      
  • Home instructed, high school aged students are permitted to take the PSAT. Ninth grade students have a separate PSAT test from the 10th and 11th grade students.  Students must take the test which serves their grade level.
     
    * Your child MUST have a current NOI in order to test with the school that serves your place of residence. 
     
    * The Director of School Counseling at the high school that serves your place of residence    should be contacted before September 8, 2017 for information about testing information.  There is no charge to take the PSAT at the high school which serves your current Loudoun residence.  Click Here for a copy of the registration form and turn it in to the School Counseling Office that serves your attendance zone.
     

    * For additional information, please visit the College Board at http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/psat/about.html
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    PSAT Testing Dates for 2017-18
    TBD
     
     
     
     Fall to Spring Testing: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), SAT Subject Tests and ACT Test
     
    * Home instructed, high school aged students who want to participate in SAT and/or SAT Subject Tests must register through the College Board.

    * To register, please go to http://sat.collegeboard.org/register.
     
    * For SAT's, the Home School Code is 97000 (always check the College Board website to be sure)

    * To obtain additional and/or to register for the ACT, please go to http://www.actstudent.org. For ACT's, the code is 969-999 (always check the website to be sure)
     
    * Reminder: SAT and ACT Test scores taken in January 2017 or later can be submitted as proof of academic achievement/progress in August 2017.
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Spring Testing:    Advanced Placement (AP) Tests
     
                                                                       
     
    * Home instructed, high school aged students are permitted to take Advanced Placement (AP) tests.
     
    * Your child MUST have a current NOI in order to test with the home school.
     
    * The Director of School Counseling at the high school that serves your place of residence should be contacted on or before March 10 for information about testing times and test fees. 
     
    * Each examination must be paid for.  Fee information may be obtained from the high school counseling office. Financial assistance is available to low-income and needy students to take these examinations.

    * Preparatory materials and detailed information about Advanced Placement Tests may be found at http://www.apcentral.collegeboard.com. Test codes are provided on the day of testing/registration.
     

     

    AP Test Dates

     

    May 2017 -Please contact the home high school's Director of School Counseling
     

     

     
     
Last Modified on July 6, 2017