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PSAT Registration Form for 2018. This is due no later than October 3, but we welcome it as soon as you have it. Only juniors need to complete this form; freshmen and sophomores are automatically registered.
College Board (SAT, PSAT, AP Exams)
If your child has a current IEP or 504 plan and you are planning to apply for accommodations from the College Board for an AP or SAT exam, you must complete the Parent Consent Form and the Local Application and return it to Chris Buckley, SSD Coordinator at Oakton High School. The College Board application procedure is a one-time process. If you have a rising sophomore, junior, or senior who has already completed the application, you do not need to do this again. The approved accommodations will apply to each College Board test. If you wish to know if your student already has accommodations, please contact College Board directly at 609-771-7137 or go to www.collegeboard.com/ssd/.
The ACT process is a bit different than College Board. When you register for an ACT exam and you wish to have accommodations, you will request that as you are registering. You then need to email Chris Buckley, TAA Coordinator at Oakton High School, with information about what you are requesting as well as with a signed Consent to Release Information. Details on the ACT accommodations process can be found on their website.
Any questions regarding accommodations should be directed to Chris Buckley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACT and SAT test prep classes offered by Adult and Community Education. The test-prep and study skills courses offered are listed at this link from the Adult and Community Education website. PSAT For practice tests visit http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/psat/prep.html To understand PSAT scores, look at the following links: