ADVANCED PLACEMENT TESTING (AP)

  • AP TESTING SCHEDULE

    Date Test Name Time Format
    Tues, 5/18/2021 English Literature and Composition 9am   Digital @ Home
    Tues, 5/18/2021 Computer Science A   1pm Digital @ Home
     Wed, 5/19/2021 United States History 9am   Digital @ Home
    Thurs, 5/20/2021 United States Government and Politics 9am   Digital @ Home
    Thurs, 5/20/2021 World History: Modern 9am   Digital @ Home
    Thurs, 5/20/2021 Psychology   1pm Digital @ Home
    Thurs, 5/20/2021 AP Art and Design Digital Portfolio    Submission deadline at end of school day
    Fri, 5/21/2021 Spanish Language and Culture 8am   Paper @ School
    Fri, 5/21/2021 Music Theory   Noon Paper @ School
    Mon, 5/24/2021 Calculus AB and BC 8am   Paper @ School
    Mon, 5/24/2021 Physics 1: Algebra Based   Noon Paper @ School
    Tues, 5/25/2021 Chemistry 8am   Paper @ School
    Tues, 5/25/2021 Statistics   Noon Paper @ School
    Wed, 5/26/2021 English Language and Composition 9am   Digital @ Home
    Thurs, 5/27/2021 Biology 9am   Digital @ Home
    Thurs, 5/27/2021 Environmental Science   1pm Digital @ Home
    Fri, 5/28/2021 Comparative Government and Politics 9am   Digital @ Home

    QUESTIONS?  CONTACT LISA HENDERSON AT 354-6000


SAT, PSAT, ACT

  • College Admission Testing

    SAT (Scholastic Apptitude Test)

    The SAT and SAT Subject Tests are a suite of tools designed to assess your academic readiness for college. These exams provide a path to opportunities, financial support and scholarships, in a way that's fair to all students. The SAT and SAT Subject Tests keep pace with what colleges are looking for today, measuring the skills required for success in the 21st century. For more information go to http://www.collegeboard.com/

    PSAT (Practice SAT)

    Results from the PSAT are powerful tools for promoting college readiness and college planning, especially when explained to students and parents and shared with colleagues.

    ACT (American College Test)

    The ACT is an achievement test, measuring what a student has learned in school. The ACT has up to five components:  English, Math, Reading, Science, and an optional Writing test.  For more information go to http://www.actstudent.org/index.html

    Community Colleges Requirements

    Community colleges do not require an ACT or an SAT. We still suggest that students take the SAT - the score can be used for scholarships and/or for Math and English placement. Please check with your chosen community college for their placement testing requirements.

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  • Test Codes

    CEEB Code Number

    SAT I/ SAT II/ ACT
    Ferris H.S.
    #481-258

    Test Center Codes

    SAT I/ SAT II

    • EV – 48-237
    • Ferris – 48-235
    • LC – 48-240
    • Mead – 48-244
    • NC – 48-243
    • Rogers – 48-245

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