SAT Test Dates:
The SAT Reasoning Test is a standardized test used for college admissions. The test is divided into two categories: Critical Reading and Mathematics. Each section is worth 800 points and the maximum score one can earn on the SAT is 1600.
Current School Year SAT Test Dates: click here.
SAT II Subject Tests:
- There are 20 SAT Subject Tests in five general subject areas: English, history, languages, mathematics and science. See the subjects.
- Each Subject Test is an hour long. They are all multiple-choice and scored on a 200–800 scale.
- Subject Tests test you on your knowledge of subjects on a high school level. The best way to prepare is to take the relevant courses and work hard in them.
Current School Year SAT II Test Dates and Subjects Tested: click here.
Additional SAT II links:
Week 1: May 7-11
Morning (8 AM)
Afternoon (12 PM)
Mon – May 7 Chemistry
Spanish Literature & Culture
Psychology Tues – May 8 Seminar
Spanish Language & Culture
Physics 1: Algebra-Based
Wed – May 9 English Lit & Comp Japanese Language & Culture
Physics 2: Algebra-Based
Thurs – May 10 U.S. Government & Politics Chinese Language & Culture
Fri – May 11 German Language & Culture
Computer Science Principles
Studio Art: last day for Coordinators to submit digital portfolios (by 8 p.m. EDT) and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for physical portfolio assembly.
Teachers should have forwarded students’ completed digital portfolios to Coordinators before this date.
Week 2: May 14 – 18
Morning (8 AM)
Afternoon (12 PM)
Mon – May 14 Biology
12:00pm: Physics C: Mechanics
2:00pm: Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism
Tues – May 15 Calculus AB
French Language & Culture
Computer Science A
Wed – May 16 English Language & Composition Italian Language & Culture
Thurs – May 17 Comparative Government & Politics
Statistics Fri – May 18 Human Geography
* AP Tests administered at Hoffman Estates High School
Additional Links for AP Testing
- AP Information-College Board Website
- College and University AP Credit Policies
* Scores of 3, 4, and 5 on the College Board Advanced Placement examinations shall be accepted for credit to satisfy degree requirements by all Illinois public institutions of higher education
- Send Scores
- AP Exam Dates-College Board Website
- 2017-18 AP Student & Parent Bulletin
- 2017-18 AP Student & Parent Bulletin (en Español)
TEST DAY PROTOCOL
What to bring/NOT to bring on test day (All students received a complete list at the pre-administration session and are responsible for adhering to the guidelines.)
What to bring:
- Several sharpened No. 2 pencils (with erasers) for completing multiple choice answer sheets.
- Ruler or straightedge for Physics B exam
- Valid photo ID
What NOT to bring:
- Cell phones, digital camera, PDA’s, Blackberry smart phones, bluetooth-enabled devices, MP3 players, email messaging devices, or any other electronic or communication devices
- Books, compasses, mechanical pencils, correction fluid
- Watches that beep or have an alarm
- Food or drink
- Test cancellations are managed through Total Registration. Cancellations will be accepted on or before May 1, minus a $15.00 per test cancellation fee.
ACT Test Dates:
The ACT is a standardized test for high school achievement and college admissions in the United States produced by ACT, Inc. The required portion of the ACT is divided into four multiple choice subject tests: English; Mathematics; Reading; and Science Reasoning. Subject test scores range from 1 to 36. The English, mathematics, and reading tests also have subscores ranging from 1 to 18. (The subject score is not the sum of the subscores.) The “composite score” is the average of all four tests. In addition, students taking the writing test receive a writing score ranging from 2 to 12, a “combined English/writing score” ranging from 1 to 36 (based on the writing score and English score), and one to four comments on the essay from the essay scorers. The writing score does not affect the composite score.Most Juniors take the ACT test two times. Fees are paid by D211 and registration is completed by HEHS. In addition, ACT exams are offered nationally six times a year with HEHS being one of the host sights for the exam. Registration and payment is required at ACT.ORG or by mailing an application by the deadline dates. Online registration is preferred. (ACT website)
2017-18 School Year ACT Test Dates: click here