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College Admission and Readiness Testing
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LISD and College Testing including FREE test prep resources


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College Board: SAT, PSAT, AP, & CLEP - information, deadlines, and registration
PSAT SAT ACT

 

PSAT 8/9
PSAT 8/9 Resources

PSAT/NMSQT
PSAT is a preliminary standardized test, a shorter version of the SAT, which can determine eligibility for academic scholarships.
Preliminary SAT. National Merit Scholarship Qualifying TestPSAT Prep Resource

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SAT Registration
/ LISD Test Sites
Find out if you qualify for a Fee Waiver Information 
SAT Prep Resources
SAT Subject Tests - some college require SAT Tests. Check college entrance requirements for specific details.
Services for Students with Disabilities  - If you have additional
questions, please contact your campus counselor
On Test Day
Overview of the Online Score Report








ACT Registration
Find out if you qualify for a Fee Waiver (en Español)
ACT Prep Resources
Preparing for the ACT / Preparación para el examen de ACT: FREE access to a full length practice test, including a writing test.
Test Prep for Students: This is the same preparation necessary for the ACT, and for success in college level work
Long term prep: Master the Standards in The ACT score range you desire.
Test Information Release (TIR) Service: Order when registering for the ACT and TIR materials will be mailed about 4 weeks after scores are reported. You will receive a list of your answers, a copy of the multiple choice test questions and the answer key.

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
The TOEFL is an English proficiency test for non-native speakers. The TOEFL test measures your ability to use and understand English at the university level. And it evaluates how well you combine your listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills to perform academic tasks.

TSI (Texas Success Initiative)
For all Texas public colleges & universities, students must prove college readiness through qualifying test scores (SAT, ACT, TAKS, or EOC). Those without existing qualifying test scores may take the TSI Assessment to prove college readiness.
TSI Qualifying Test Scores and Exemptions <> (via University of Texas)
TSI Assessment information and sample test questions

AP/IB, SAT Subject Tests for Credit/Placement
Find colleges and universities that offer credit replacement for the AP/IB and SAT Subject Test Scores through the Credit Policy Search. Type in a specific college or university and click the "view the credit policy on this college's website" to access the institution's testing credit/placement policy.

Students may explore testing opportunities while in high school and/or after college enrollment. Some institutions offer departmental exams in addition to the exams noted above.

CLEP (College Level Examination Program) Testing
CLEP exams test mastery of college-level material through general academic instruction, independent study or extracurricular work. Students who did not receive a qualifying AP Exam Score or take an AP course could potentially receive credit by taking a CLEP Exam. For additional information, please refer to the CLEP Summary.

Preparing for the ACT Preparación para el examen de ACT.
FREE access to a full length practice test, including a writing test.

Test Prep for Students
This is the same preparation necessary for the ACT, and for success in college level work

Long term prep: Master the Standards in The ACT score range you desire.

Test Information Release (TIR) Service; Order when registering for the ACT and TIR materials will be mailed about 4 weeks after scores are reported. You will receive a list of your answers, a copy of the multiple choice test questions and the answer key

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