The SAT is an important measure of high school achievement, and of college and career readiness. It is administered to high school juniors across Michigan each April.
The results are typically released about one month after the test date and can viewed through each student's College Board account. Student wishing to retake the SAT will register through their College Board accounts also.
UPDATE 9/23/15: Earlier this year, Khan Academy partnered with the creators of the SAT to make personalized practice for the new PSAT/NMSQT and SAT available to anyone, anywhere—for free. Warren Mott Juniors will take the PSAT on October 14, and now is a great time for them to start studying.
The new PSAT/NMSQT has the same structure as the SAT, just without some of the hardest questions (or the optional essay). Click here to start practicing for free!
SAT Testing For All Juniors! Earlier this year, the State of Michigan announced that the SAT test will replace the ACT as a key part of the Michigan high school exam. This change will go into effect for the Class of 2017, and will be taken during the junior-year testing sequence. Additionally, the SAT is undergoing a redesign and details regarding its content have yet to be released.
The only official SAT test preparation program, which has been approved by the College Board, is through Khan Academy (https://www.khanacademy.org) and is expected to be released during the summer of 2015.
The Warren Mott Counseling Team will update this information as details become available.