College Admissions Exams (SAT/ACT) for Juniors and Seniors
During 11th grade, students should plan to take either the SAT or ACT after they have completed Algebra 2. This will ensure they have covered the Math content that is on these exams. Registration for the SAT/ACT is directly through the organization’s website (NOT through CBSD/MyPaymentsPlus). To register for these exams, please use these links: SAT Registration ACT Registration
PSAT for Sophomores and Juniors
The PSAT (sophomores and juniors only) is a practice exam for the SAT being held on Saturday October 14th. The registration deadline for the PSAT has passed. Unfortunately, due to College Board ordering deadlines, late registrations cannot be accepted.
If you are unfamiliar with the PSAT, you can explore the information provided on the College Board’s PSAT website. *NEW* this year, the PSAT is now only offered in a digital format in preparation for future SAT digital transformations. ALL STUDENTS TAKING THE PSAT/NMSQT on October 14th will be REQUIRED TO DOWNLOAD BLUEBOOK SOFTWARE. We recommend students do this from home in advance, though there will be time during a specific Titan Forum during which students will be prompted to do so. Those who do not download BlueBook prior to testing morning will not be able to take the test.
For more information on other resources for test prep, please visit our Testing Page of the Guidance Website.
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- Mr. Tom Hill (Co-Gd)
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Are you signed up for ePrep? IT'S A FREE TEST PREP PROGRAM (SAT, ACT, PSSA). See Mr. Pecic in the Library.
Central Bucks High School South strives to provide the best educational experience possible. In order to maximize learning, students must engage in assigned work and study adequately to prepare for assessments. The learning process is hindered when students cut corners, “borrow” the work of others, or use unauthorized assistance during tests and quizzes.
For this reason, CB South has developed an Academic Integrity policy intended to guide the behavior and academic choices of our students. All students should take time to familiarize themselves with this policy.