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Sample testing timeline for COLLEGE- BOUND STUDENTS
You’re an individual, and your test prep plan should be tailored to your strengths and aspirations. Maybe you’re an average student, or maybe you have Ivy League dreams. Either way, your best bet is to consult ProEd to create your testing timeline. Here’s a typical testing calendar you can start with!
Take October or February PSAT or PLAN SAT
Take a practice SAT exam to determine your score scale and support required. Begin SAT Prep also for students who have completed Algebra 2. Note: Some students may start earlier or later.
Take first SAT
Take May AP Exams, may SAT June SAT Subject tests. *Only necessary for students with a remarkable academic strength in a particular subject.
Study for any remaining subject tests or SAT’s you must complete.
Complete any final standardized tests.