Elder
 

 
Elder

 



 

With online registration you get immediate confirmation, your registration number and test center assignment. Credit Card payment is required at time of registration and you MUST MEET THE DEADLINES!

 

ACT SAT
Best possible composite score:
36


National Average:
21

Best possible verbal score:  800

Best possible math score: 
800

Best possible writing score:
800

Best possible combined score:
2400

National average for verbal: 
506

National average for math:
514

National average for combined:
1020


 

ELDER HIGH SCHOOL'S
SAT & ACT REGISTRATION CODE # IS:
360-990

 
     
 

Virtually all 4-year colleges and universities as well as most 2-year colleges requires students to take a standardized admissions test. There are two of these tests: The Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT Reasoning Test) and the American College Test Assessment (ACT). Both the SAT I and the ACT are offered several times a year. These tests are administered locally at any number of schools in the Greater Cincinnati area. Elder is a testing center for only the SAT.

Applications and practice tests are available in the Guidance Resource Center. However, registration is THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STUDENT! Registration can be done by mail, by phone (which has an additional cost), or on the internet (click at the top of the page for SAT and ACT web sites). Once these tests are taken, students are responsible for sending all scores directly to any colleges or appropriate agencies (the SAT or ACT registration materials will ask you which schools you would like to send your information to). Some colleges, universities, and agencies (NCAA Clearinghouse, scholarships programs, etc.) require direct delivery of test scores from the testing agency.

The guidance department suggests that students take each type of test two times; once in the Spring of the Junior year and in the Fall of the Senior year. Most colleges combine the highest verbal and highest math scores, regardless of the test date. Thus, retaking these tests does not penalize the student! Please check the policies regarding standardized tests in the admission process with your prospective colleges.

Some more selective colleges and universities require the SAT II. The SAT II is a test that specializes in an individual subject area. The tests are one hour in length per subject area and are offered in conjunction with the SAT I dates. Please check with you school to see if the SAT II is required of you before signing up for SAT registration.
 

 

 


















 

Elder High School | 3900 Vincent Ave. | Cincinnati, Ohio 45205
Phone: 513.921.3744 | Fax: 513.921.8123 | email: klenk.k@elderhs.org
2006