SAT

  •  SAT Suite of Assessments is an aptitude test used widely by college admissions counselors in the admissions process.  The SAT consists of an Evidence-based Reading and Writing (EBRW) section, a Math section and an optional Essay section. It is offered eight times per year nationally. Noblesville High School is typically a test site in August, October, March, and May. Students may take the test on any test date at any site that is offered at on the specific date. .  If the test is taken more than once, the best scores from each section are used by admissions counselors in the selection process.

     
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    Registration -- Noblesville High School will offer the 2019-2020 SAT in August, October, March, and May.  If you need to take the SAT on a date that it is not offered at NHS, choose a site close by that does offer it on the date you want to take it. To register for the SAT, please begin the process by visiting www.sat.collegeboard.org
     
    SAT II Subject Tests - The SAT II – Subject Tests are one-hour tests in specific subjects such as Science, English, or World Languages. Some schools require two or three tests for first-year placement.  Colleges that require the a subject test are typically the more competitive ones.   Subject tests are offered on all the above test dates with the exception of the March date.
     
    Fee Waivers - If you are a 21st Century Scholar or receive assistance for textbooks or free/reduced lunch, please see your school counselor. 
     

    Student with Disabilities - If you have a documented disability (IEP or 504 Plan), you may be eligible accommodations. To apply for accommodations, please see your counselor or Mrs. Stoffel in the Counseling Office.

ACT

  • The ACT (American College Testing) is a timed standardized test widely used by college admission counselors in the admission process. The ACT (No Writing) consists of four multiple-choice tests: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. The ACT Plus Writing includes the four multiple-choice tests and a Writing test. NHS is typically a test site 4-5 times each school year during the months of September, October, December, February, and June. Generally we encourage juniors to take the test sometime in semester 2 and seniors to take the test in September. Students may take the test on any test date.  If the test is taken more than once, the best scores from each section are used by admissions counselors in the selection process.
     
    Registration -- Noblesville typically offers the ACT in September, October, December, February, and June. If you need to take an ACT on a date that it is not offered at NHS, choose a site close by that does offer it on the date you want to take it. To register for the ACT, visit www.actstudent.org
     
    Fee Waivers - If you are a 21st Century Scholar or receive assistance for textbooks or free/reduced lunch, please see your guidance counselor. 
     
    Student with Disabilities - If you have a documented disability, you may be eligible for accommodations on ACT Program tests. To apply for accommodations, please see Mrs. Stoffel in the Guidance Office.