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While the PSAT is not counted on college applications for admission, this preliminary version of the SAT is much more than a practice test. Also called the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT), this test is required to qualify for the elite ranking of National Merit Scholarship Finalist, National Achievement Scholarship Finalist, or Commended Scholar. Success on the PSAT can be a mark of distinction, making the candidate more competitive as well as opening the door for scholarship funding. The PSAT has four parts – Reading, Writing, Language, and Math – and an effective PSAT preparation course lays the foundation for subsequent success on the SAT and ACT.


The ACT is designed to measure what a student has learned in high school alongside what knowledge is needed to succeed in college. It measures grammar, reading comprehension, math, and science skills.  Colleges and universities use the ACT as one measure among many of a student’s readiness to do college-level work. The test is scored on a 36-point scale.  The composite score is an average of four section scores—English, Math, Reading, and Science—each of which are also scored on a 36-point scale. The optional Writing portion is also available for students applying to schools that require it.

The ACT is typically administered seven times a year in September, October, December, February, April, June, and July.


The SAT is designed to measure what a student has learned in high school alongside what knowledge is needed to succeed in college. It is comprised of four sections—Reading, Writing & Language, Math without calculator, and Math with calculator. Students receive a scaled score out of 1600, which is a combination of a verbal score and math score, each out of 800.  Many students will also take the Essay portion of the test as many colleges will require that section for score reporting.

In a standard school year, the SAT is administered on seven national test dates in October, November, December, March, May, June, and August.


 A post high school  education is a must in today’s world.  No longer does a high school education lead to an occupation with substantial income and personal satisfaction. The Saturday Scholar program includes helping students decide their post high school path; whether it be a career/technical school or a two year or four year program at a private college or a public university.

You can be assured that The Saturday Scholar program will help maximize a student’s success by finding the right post high school education that fits the student’s aptitude, personality, interest, and budget. We also will sit down with your student to explore the multitude of scholarships opportunities.  

Our ultimate goal is to assist all students find the road that will lead  them to successful and rewarding futures. 

ACT Test Dates & Deadlines

ACT Test Date Registration Deadline ACT Scores Available
September 14, 2019 Aug. 16th Sept. 24th
October 26, 2019 Sept. 20th Nov. 12th
December 14, 2019 Nov. 8th Dec. 26th
February 8th, 2020 Jan. 10th Feb. 25th
April 4th, 2020 Feb. 28th Apr. 14th
June 13, 2020 May 8th June 23rd
July 18, 2020 June 19th July 28th

SAT Test Dates & Deadlines

SAT Test Date Registration Deadline SAT Scores Available
August 24, 2019 July 26th Sept. 6th
October 5, 2019 Sept. 6th Oct. 18th
November 2, 2019 Oct. 3rd Nov. 15th
December 7, 2019 Nov. 8th Dec. 20th
March 14th, 2020 Feb. 14th Mar. 27th
May 2nd, 2020 Apr. 3rd May 15th
June 6, 2020 May 8th July 15th