Testing

The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) have developed a set of assessments that measure whether students are on track to be successful in college and their careers. These assessments are computer-based and will be administered to students grades K–12 in Mathematics and English Language Arts/Literacy.   Please view the powerpoint below for more information about the PARCC assessments.


For more information and practice tests:  
http://www.parcconline.org

PARCC High School Test Administration - April 16 - May 25, 2018


 

parccparent.ppt

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The New Jersey Biology Competency Test (NJBCT)

The New Jersey Biology Competency Test (NJBCT) is a state test given to students to measure whether they have gained the knowledge and skills identified in the Biology section of the Science Core Curriculum Content Standards (CCCS). 

Test Dates:  TBD
Make-up Dates:  TBD


 

The SAT is a national test given to students interested in attending a four year college or university.  Although there are some colleges and universities that are SAT optional, most colleges and universities require a minimum score on the SAT as one of their criteria for admission.   Students should also be aware that some colleges and universities may also require the SAT Subject Test.  Garfield High School is an approved College Board Testing Center.

Garfield High School SAT Administration Dates:
      
October 7, 2017 
       
June 2, 2018 - Deadline to Register: May 3, 2018
* To register for the test and for more information about other dates, times, and locations you can go to  www.collegeboard.org/SAT  
** Fee waivers are available in the guidance office for students on free/reduced lunch 
*** Practice books are available for students to use in the guidance office.

PSAT Administration Date:  October 11, 2017
Garfield High School will administer the PSAT to all 9th, 10th, and 11th graders.  Registration for this test is not required. 



The ACT is another national test given to students interested in attending a four year college or university.  Although the SAT is more commonly accepted, most colleges and universities will accept scores from either test as part of the criteria for admission.  Students are encouraged to learn more about the ACT to determine if this test is a better option for them.  


To register for the test and for more information about the ACT including test dates, times, and locations you can go to www.actstudent.org 
 



SAT & ACT Prep Options

The Princeton Review - http://www.princetonreview.com

Kaplan Test Prep - www.kaptest.com

Huntington Learning Center - http://huntingtonhelps.com/page/exam-prep/

Sylvan Learning - http://www.sylvanlearning.com/college-prep

 

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