Standardized Tests

Waialua High and Intermediate School's School Code:  120220
PSAT
PSAT testing (open to grades 9, 10, and 11)
Exam is on:  Wednesday, October 30, 2019 from 7:45am - 1pm @ WHIS gym
PSAT Score Interpretation for Students - Date to be announced

**REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED**

SIGN UP at CCRC from: September 10, 12, 18, and 19 during recess & lunch ONLY (until roster is full; once seats are full then registration will close)
MUST have with you AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION:
1) Payment of $17 - EXACT cash or check made payable to Waialua High and Intermediate School; write PSAT in the "memo" section on check; no change will be given
2) Parent email address
3) Student email address
4) Student's period 4 and 5 classroom numbers
**JUNIORS who have free or reduced lunch are eligible for a fee waiver. Pick up consent form from CCRC upon registration and return to CCRC**
**Seats are limited so please plan accordingly. Refunds will NOT be given.**
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ACT
Pre-ACT and ACT testing (grades 9, 10, and 11)
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
7:45am - 1:30pm
More information to be announced as the date appraoches

Practice and Prepare for the ACT


ACT Online Prep- FREE for students who register for the ACT test with a fee waiver.

ACT Information - if taking ACT NOT on WHIS campus

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SAT
SAT Information
Official SAT Practice- FREE!!!:  https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/practice AND 
**If you spend an average of 20 hours practicing for the SAT using these practice tools (links above), your score will increase an average of 115 points from the PSAT to the SAT (Data collected from College Board)**

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Other Information
Not all colleges require students to submit SAT and/or ACT scores.  If the college requires an SAT and/or ACT score, it is recommended that students take at least one SAT and one ACT test during their junior year in high school (11th grade).  If a senior (12th grade) has still not taken the SAT or ACT, it is recommended that he/she take one SAT and one ACT before December of their senior year if their school(s) of choice require it.

Fee waivers are available for 11th and 12th grade students who qualify for the federally funded, free and reduced lunch program.  Students are allowed two (2) waivers for the SAT, two (2) waivers for the SAT Subject tests, and two (2) waivers for the ACT, PER SCHOOL YEAR.  You must complete a consent form each school year for the school officials to view your lunch status.  Please visit or call the CCRC for more details.
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