The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) provides an opportunity for career exploration. The test will be given to any sophomore, junior, or senior. Please email Mr. Woodford at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
- Testing date is October 13, 2021
SAT or ACT How are they different?
S A T
The SAT is traditionally thought of as a test that measures a student’s critical thinking skills, testing their ability to analyze and solve problems in Math, Reading and Writing.
A C T
The ACT is considered a more “curriculum based” test, since it tests their academic preparedness for college in the areas of English, Math, Reading and Science specifically by calling on information they have learned in their high school coursework.
ACT: The ACT is considered a “curriculum-based” test since it tests students’ academic preparedness for college in the areas of English, Math, Reading, and Science specifically bu calling on information they have learned in their high school coursework.
SAT: The SAT is traditionally thought of as a test that measures a student’s critical thinking skills, testing their ability to analyze and solve problems in Math, Reading, and Writing.
|SAT Overview||ACT Overview|
|3 hour, 45-minute examination||3-hour examination|
|Heavy vocabulary||Heavy in grammar and reading|
|Tested on Algebra and Geometry||Tested on Alg., Geom. and Trigonometry|
|Math = 50% of score||Math = 25% of score|
|Not based on school curriculum||School curriculum based|
|Guessing penalty||No penalty for guessing|
|No Science||Science reasoning section|
|No English grammar||English grammar section|
|Math formulas provided||Math formulas not provided|
|-1/4 point deduction for wrong answer||No penalty for wrong answers|
|Writing section||Optional Writing section|
Boot camps offered at each high school – Test Prep Seminars
Check back soon for more information.
TEST PREP INFO
In addition to free test agency preparation (www.actstudent.org and www.sat.collegeboard.com) a sampling of commercial test-prep agencies are listed for students and parents.
- Kaplan www.kaptest.com or 800-KAP-TEST
- ACT Review www.actreview.com (held at Ohio Dominican) 834-8886
- Princeton Review 800-2REVIEW
- Tutoring Club www.tutoringclub.com (Hilliard) 664-9474
- College Smiths: www.CollegeSmiths.com (held at Upper Arlington HS)
- BWS Educational Consulting – Brian Stewart. email: email@example.com 614-353-4725
Hilliard City School District and Bradley High School do not endorse any test prep service but offer information and opportunities as a service to students and their parents.