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Transcript of CPT/PSAT/SAT/TOEFL
How to Register for the SAT
How to choose an SAT Subject Test and how to register The PSAT, SAT and SAT Subject Tests The TOEFL assesses your understanding of the English language. This test is for students whose first language is not English. You can submit your TOEFL scores to the college you wish to apply for and they'll consider that score instead of your SAT reading and writing score. You still need to take the SAT and do as best as you can on all sections!
The TOEFL costs $180.00. There is no fee waiver but you may be able to get a voucher from your school so that you can pay half the fee.
You can find more information/register here -
http://www.ets.org/toefl/ibt/about TOEFL - Test Of English as a Foreign Language Great SAT scores = higher chance of getting admitted to the college of your choice + SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarships are FREE MONEY! You never in your life have to pay these back to anyone. There are a bunch of scholarships out there for low income and/or immigrant students, as well as scholarships earned through merit.
Talk to your guidance counselor about any and all scholarships you may be eligible for.
This money is here for YOU! Take advantage of it.
Helpful resource for scholarships -
http://www.bostonscholarshipguide.com/ Colleges use your SAT scores to determine whether they want to let you into their school or not. Of course, they focus on other things such as your GPA, extra-curricular activities, recommendations, etc as well before they make their final decision. But SAT scores are fundamental in their admissions process.
Some colleges, such as BHCC, use the Accuplacer College Placement Tests to determine if you are ready for college level classes or if you need developmental classes. Tip:
A good way to prepare for the SAT, ACCUPLACER, and TOEFL, is to learn root words for common test vocabulary. Two good resources are: http://www.learnthat.org/pages/view/roots.html
http://www.education.com/magazine/article/latin-root-words-sat-tricks/ This program allows high school students in their junior year and senior year to take college classes at Bunker Hill Community College. You can take one class in the spring and another in the fall while you continue to take your regular classes in your school.
You can use the credits you gain at Bunker Hill to satisfy a requirement at your school, or you can use it as college credit once you apply and get accepted into college when you graduate high school. To Apply:
You must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Submit the BHCC application
In-state tuition form
High School transcript
You must take the Accuplacer and score above the developmental level in English and Reading.
You can email the program coordinator for more information -
email@example.com The Accuplacer - College Placement Test (CPT):
The CPT has 3 sections - reading comprehension, sentence skills, and math.
The tests are administered via computer and the use of calculators, dictionaries, or any other resources is prohibited.
There is no time limit for the test so you can take as much time as you need to score above the developmental level.
Some resources to help you prepare are found at the BHCC website:
Log into - https://quickstart.collegeboard.org/posweb/login.jsp
to look at your PSAT scores and see which answers you got correct and which you got incorrect.
Collegeboard gives you the chance to see the answers you got wrong, and what the right answer to that question was plus an explanation.
You can see all of the questions that were on the PSAT and what their level of difficulty were.
You can also make a college profile to help you figure out which colleges match your needs. The SAT:
You need to register for the June 1, 2013 SAT reasoning test.
To register you need:
Your SAT fee waiver.
A photo to submit to Collegeboard, which will be used as part of your admission ticket.
It must show only your head and shoulders, fully facing the camera. Your face must be fully visible
It has to have clear focus (no fuzziness or hotspots).
It must be 325 x 390 pixels.
You can wear your glasses (eliminate the glare from your glasses in the picture), and any head scarves or hats that are for religious or cultural reasons only.
It must show you as you will appear on test day.
To register, follow this link -
http://sat.collegeboard.org/register/ SAT Subject Tests -
You need to register for the May 4, 2013 SAT Subject test.
The following Subject tests will be available:
Math Level 1 and 2
Find more information on the SAT Subject Tests here -