STANDARDIZED TESTING

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THE BASICS: STANDARDIZED TESTING INFORMATION
  • Basic Information

CollegeBoardCollege Board is a nonprofit corporation organization that develops and administers the SAT, PSAT, and AP courses.


ACTincACT, Inc.
 is a nonprofit organization that administers several services and products including the ACT.

ETSEducation Testing Service (ETS) is a nonprofit organization that administers several standardized tests including the TOEFL and GRE.

FairTestTest-Optional List/Fair Test: there are a number of colleges and universities that have joined the test-optional movement. They don’t require standardized testing because they believe there are stronger predictors of college success than these examinations.

College Entrance Examination Board codes, CEEB codes, are used as unique identifying codes for high schools and colleges when registering for standardized tests. Kent’s CEEB code for both the ACT and SAT is 070330.

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THE “REDESIGNED” SAT / THE SAT vs. THE ACT

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  • SAT Subject Tests

*What subject tests are offered?

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*When are subject tests offered?

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*Need help understanding the subject tests?

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  • Testing Calendar

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TEST PREP
On-Site Test Prep Courses for Spring 2017

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On Sundays throughout April and May, Kent students can take an 8-session course on campus that is designed to prepare them either for the SAT or ACT. Click on the flyer for details.

Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Please contact Sumir Desai at 407-423-6717 to register with financial aid.
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Free Online Test Prep
  • METHOD TEST PREP: FREE ONLINE ACT/SAT TEST PREP PROGRAM. (Use referral code: tkn.14772579)
  • KAPLAN TEST PREP: FREE ONLINE PRACTICE TESTS, SCORE REVIEWS, CRAM SESSIONS & OTHER EVENTS

ENGLISH PROFICIENCY TESTING

TOEFL: TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

TOEFLThe TOEFL is an English proficiency TOEFLResourcesexamination for college applicants who are non-native English speakers. Each college or university will have its own policy regarding who is required to take the TOEFL, but most non-native English speakers will be required to take it. We STRONGLY suggest that those students take the TOEFL in their home countries during the summer. (Tip: take it early in the summer when your English is still very fresh in your mind.) Note that it is VERY difficult to take the TOEFL while at Kent but is still possible.