Assessment - ACT and SAT

General Information

More colleges use the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) as a portion of their undergraduate admissions decision process than any other exams. Muscogee County High Schools offer weekend administrations of both these assessments throughout the year, with dates set by the College Board (for the SAT) and ACT, Inc (for the ACT).

More colleges use the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) as a portion of their undergraduate admissions decision process than any other exams. Muscogee County High Schools offer weekend administrations of both these assessments throughout the year, with dates set by the College Board (for the SAT) and ACT, Inc (for the ACT).

Documents and Resources

If you would like more information about the tests or upcoming testing dates, please contact the Guidance Department of your student's high school. Information may also be available on the following websites:
The College Board (administers the SAT)
ACT,Inc

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up my student for the SAT or ACT?

The companies that create the SAT and ACT require that parents and students sign up for the assessments themselves, and do not typically involve the schools in the process. Please visit the websites of the College Board and ACT, Inc for more information.