"So what do you want to do when you graduate?"
A question you will encounter more frequently as you near the end of you high school career. I wanted to provide you with some resources to prepare for life beyond high school, both college and career. The key is to start planning early. Hope it helps!
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(Florida State Community College)
Take the ACT or SAT !
When should I take the tests?
Seniors - at least once per test Fall semester
Juniors - at least once per test Spring semester
Underclassmen - as needed or desired
How do I pay for the tests?
You can pay through the website or you may qualify for test fee waiver. Contact guidance for more information.
What can I use my scores for?
College admissions, scholarships, dual enrollment eligibility, and FCAT/FSA Concordant scores. See your school counselor for more information.
Who should I send my scores to?
Colleges you are applying for or you may apply for in the future. See your school counselor for more information.
How do I prepare for these tests?
Participate in , ACT/SAT Boot Camps and practice online (ACTStudent.org and CollegeBoard.org). See your school counselor for more information.
What if my scores are really high? Will taking the test erase my previous scores?
No. Colleges offer use "Super Scoring" for admissions. This means they use your highest score in each area, no matter when you took the test, and combine them for a Super Score.
What if my score seems low?
Take the test again! Think about how you prepared for the first test. Adjust your prep habits based on what you learned from taking the test. See the above answer about Super Scoring.