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SAT/ACT Information

When should I take the SAT/ACT?

Students should take their college entrance exam (SAT/ACT) as close to the completion of Math III (Algebra II) and English III as possible.  Even if that means they take it multiple times.


SAT Registration


ACT Registration


Most colleges accept either the ACT or the SAT, please check with specific colleges you are applying to for any exceptions.. 


This means that the free ACT you take as a Junior at Croatan will count as your college entrance exam.


ACT Reports- Students who participate in State testing and receive college-reportable scores on the ACT may view their scores and score report on a free ACT student web account. Scores are available online three to eight weeks after the test date.


Students MUST create an ACT web account


How to use ACT results


2017-18 11th grade notes and average ACT scores

Fee Waivers

SAT fee waiver - see Kathryne Troball in the Media Center

ACT fee waiver - see Kathryne Troball in the Media Center


Income Eligibility Guidelines Apply - see your counselor if you have questions about eligibility

What are the SAT Subject Tests? - SAT Subject Tests are one-hour exams that test what you've learned in specific classes.  Choose from 20 tests in five different subject areas.

Why take SAT Subject Tests?

  • Some college require them for placement or admissions purposes
  • Show your knowledge of subjects that interest you
  • Place out of introductory classes to foucs on more advanced-level classes for certain majors