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SAT and ACT
All juniors are required to take the SAT in April as part of the Maine Comprehensive Assessment System.  This administration of the SAT is paid for by the State of Maine and students are automatically registered for this test.  The test date for 2017-2018 school year is: Tuesday April 10th.

The ACT is offered several dates during the school year. Test dates for ACT can be found here.

Test Date

Deadline

Late Deadline

Score Release*

Sept 9, 2017

Aug 4, 2017

Aug 18, 2017

Sept 10; Oct 3, 2017

Oct 28, 2017

Sept 22, 2017

Oct 6, 2017

Nov 7; Nov 21, 2017

Dec 9, 2017

Nov 3, 2017

Nov 17, 2017

Dec 19; Jan 2, 2018

Feb 10, 2018

Jan 12, 2018

Jan 19, 2018

Feb 2; Mar 6, 2018

Apr 14, 2018

Mar 9, 2018

Mar 23, 2018

Apr 24; May 8, 2018

June 9, 2018

May 4, 2018

May 18, 2018

June 19; July 3, 2018

July 14, 2018

June 15, 2018

June 22, 2018

July 24; Aug 7, 2018

 *= Refers to online score release. The first date is when multiple choice scores come out, and the second one is when complete scores are available.

The SAT and ACT are two very different college entrance exams. Both are nationally administered and are used to help colleges evaluate applicants. The SAT is a three-part test (Reading, Math, Writing) while the ACT has four sections (English, Math, Reading, Science) and an optional Writing section. Most colleges will accept either test equally. 


A college’s decision whether or not to accept students will not rely solely on SAT or ACT scores. Colleges look at many different factors when making an admission decision, including transcript, extracurricular activities, recommendations and essay. They want indicators of college success and some will use the SAT or the ACT to determine this, but it is only one part of the application process. Alternatively, many colleges and universities no longer require standardized tests for admission or require a supplement in their place. Please research options at www.fairtest.org or see your counselor (2015-2016 The College Road Map, Maine Education Services).

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