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Standardized Testing

Standardized testing scores can be a major factor in college admissions decisions.
Most colleges will accept either the SAT and the ACT.


The SAT is a three-hour exam designed to test for general readiness for college-level work. It includes categories of reading, writing and language and mathematics.

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Reading: 52 questions, 35 minutes
Writing & Language: 44 questions, 35 minutes
Mathematics, No calculator: 20 questions, 25 minutes
Mathematics, calculator: 38 questions, 35 minutes

Score Range: 400-1600


The ACT is a two hour and fifty-five minute exam without the essay and three hours and thirty-five minutes with the essay. The test measures your knowledge in various subject matters including English, mathematics, reading, and science, as well as an optional essay portion.


English:  75 questions; 45 minutes   
Mathematics:  60 questions; 60 minutes
Reading:  40 questions; 35 minutes
Science:   40 questions; 35 minutes
(Optional) Writing:  1 question; 40 minutes


Sunday SAT Testing

If registering for Sunday testing instead of Saturday, you register online.
Please be aware that there are no June test centers in the D/FW area.

First-time registration
  • Complete a request online by filling out the SAT Student and Parent Inquiry Form
  • Select Registration and Change Saturday/Sunday Registration for the first and second dropdown menus respectively
  • Upload a signed clergy letter through the form
  • Once you submit the clergy letter, Customer Service will process your request and contact you via email to advise you of your next steps in scheduling your Sunday test
  • Once your Sunday test date is confirmed, print your admission ticket with the Sunday test date
Additional registrations

Once you have registered for Sunday testing, you can re-register online or by phone for additional test dates without providing the clergy letter. College Board is no longer accepting paper registrations for SAT Weekend.