State/District ACT test date for junior students: Tuesday, March 2nd. See more detailed information below.
Students must register for all National ACT tests online at www.actstudent.org
2020-21 Test Dates:
- December 12, 2020 (Registration Deadline: November 20th)
- February 6, 2021 (Registration Deadline: January 8th)
- April 17, 2021 (Registration Deadline: March 12th) * MWHS is a test center for this national test date
- June 12, 2021 (Registration Deadline: May 7th)
- July 17, 2021 (Registration Deadline: June 18th)
Sending Scores: In addition to the four free schools that were selected through the registration process, students can send additional score reports by logging into their student account and requesting that score be sent. There is a fee. Since most colleges/universities require an official score directly from ACT, MWHS does not send student ACT scores to the college.
State/District ACT: All junior students will take the state/district ACT on Tuesday, March 2nd.
- It is a full-length ACT plus Writing Test and will yield college reportable scores.
- Registration for this test will take place through a pre-administration process that counselors work through with students. Student DO NOT need to register online for this test. All students must complete this preadministration/registration session prior to taking the test. More information to come about the specifics of that pre-administration process.
- There is a $20 fee to take this test that has been assigned to your Skyward Family Access Fee Management account. The deadline to pay that fee is Tuesday, February 23rd. Confidential fee waivers will be assigned for students who qualify for free/reduced lunch.
- Testing details will be distributed to students/families once they are finalized.
Students must register online at www.collegeboard.org
2020-21 SAT Test Dates are available by clicking on this link. SAT test dates
Sending Scores: Students must log in to their College Board account to request scores to be sent to colleges.
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