Registering for SAT’s, download PSAT scores, practice tests, and PSAT testing information and college/scholarship searches can be found at www.collegeboard.org

SAT Information

The SAT is a college entrance exam that is also used to qualify for Graduation Pathways by showing college readiness in Math/English. The SAT is typically offered at Milan one time during the school day in the fall for seniors and one time in the spring during the school day for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. There is a fee to take the exams.

To register for the SAT and for dates/locations visit: www.collegeboard.org

SAT Prep: www.number2.com or www.mometrix.com/academy/SAT-test/

Link PSAT scores for tailored SAT practice by creating an account with Kahn Academy: https://www.khanacademy.org/sat

PSAT Information

All 10th grade students will be required to take the exam. It is optional for 11th grade students to take the assessment. Students must take it their Junior year to be eligible for National Merit Scholarships. PSAT scores are also used to determine dual credit eligibility for students that take any AP/Dual Credit courses in high school, wish to attend Ivy Tech for dual enrollment classes, or earn college credit through the career center.

For additional information: www.collegeboard.org

For individual score reports: www.studentscores.collegeboard.org (access codes may be required to download scores)

Link PSAT scores for tailored PSAT practice by creating an account with Kahn Academy: https://www.khanacademy.org/sat

AP Exams

Students that take AP courses are required to take the AP Exam in May. Fees may be associated with this exam. A score of a 3,4 or 5 may qualify the student for college credit.

For additional information visit: www.collegeboard.org

To access scores, students must create an account: www.apscore.collegeboard.org/scores

ACT Information

For information regarding registration, dates/locations, and score reports visit: www.act.org


The accuplacer is given to students that have requested to take an AP/Dual credit course and did not obtain qualifying scores on their PSAT. The test can be broken down into three parts (Reading, Writing, Math) based on individual specific needs. The exam is used to determine dual credit eligibility. Qualifying scores are a requirement to receive college credit.


For test prep information: www.ivytech.edu/assessment/12695.html


The ASVAB is a timed multi-aptitude test that can be used to meet one of the criteria for the Graduation Pathways. This exam is free and offered to all juniors and any senior interested in taking the exam. A minimum score of 31 must be obtained to qualify for the Graduation Pathway.