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September To-Do List for High School Seniors

September To-Do List for High School Seniors

Preparing for the SAT and ACT

Preparing for the SAT and ACT

Composing Your College Admission Resume

Composing Your College Admission Resume

Early Decision vs.  Early Action

Early Decision vs. Early Action

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ACT

2022
– Feb 12
– Apr 2
– Jun 11
– Jul 16
– Sep 10 (*)
– Oct 22 (*)
– Dec 10 (*)

2023
– Feb 11 (*)
– Apr 1 (*)
– Jun 10 (*)
– Jul 15 (*)

SAT

2022
– Mar 12
– May 7
– Jun 4
– Aug 27 (*)
– Oct 1 (*)
– Nov 5 (*)
– Dec 3 (*)

PSAT is offered in mid-October. Check with High School.
ACT is not offered in all states on February and July dates.
(*) anticipated date
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