Preparing for the Next Step
Walla Walla Valley Academy offers the PSAT9 & PSAT10, the PSAT, the ACT and the SAT. Information on testing times as well as how to register and receive information is listed below. If you have further questions, please contact our Principal, Erik Borges, at email@example.com or call 509-525-1050 x212.
The Practice SAT (PSAT) offers students the opportunity to prepare for College Assessment Exams their Senior Year. This test is offered in October and students who wish to take it should contact Mr. Borger at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up by the middle of September. Placement is limited and offered on a first come, first served basis.
College Assessment Exams
Students who plan to continue on to college must take the ACT and/or SAT exams by their senior year. These tests assess high school students’ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. Many students struggle to decide whether to take the ACT or the SAT. This Princeton Review article gives an excellent summary of the differences between the exams. You will also need to know which colleges and universities should receive your results. Walla Walla University accepts both the ACT and the SAT for incoming freshmen and offers scholarships to students with outstanding scores.
The ACT Exam
Test Date: December 11, 2022
Registration: November 4, 2022
Late Registration: November 11 (extra fees apply)
Test Date: April 16, 2023
Registration: March 10, 2023
Late Registration: March 11, 2023 (extra fees apply)
You must register online to take the test here at WWVA. You only need to register by mail if your student is younger than 13 or you cannot pay by credit card.
To get started:
2. Practice tests are available in the WWVA office.
4. Use the following High School and Test Center Codes:
ACT High School Code 480-220
Test Center Number 170481
The SAT Exam:
Test Date: August 28, 2022
Registration: July 29, 2022
Late Registration: August 16, 2022 (extra fees apply)
Test Date: October 2, 2022
Registration: September 2, 2022
Late Registration: September 20, 2022 (extra fees apply)
Test Date: November 6, 2022
Registration: October 7, 2022
Late Registration: October 25, 2022 (extra fees apply)
Test Date: December 4, 2022
Registration: November 3, 2022
Late Registration: November 22, 2022 (extra fees apply)
Test Date: March 12, 2023
Registration: February 10, 2023
Late Registration: February 28, 2023 (extra fees apply)
Test Date: May 7, 2023
Registration: April 07, 2023
Late Registration: April 25, 2023 (extra fees apply)
You can register online to take the test here at WWVA. Registration information for our Sunday test is at this link.
To get started:
1. Request a clergy letter by emailing Erik Borges at email@example.com.
2. Pick up your clergy letter and practice tests (if you would like) in the WWVA office.
3. Register online and follow the directions to take the test on Sunday.
5. Use the following High School and Test Center Codes:
SAT High School Code 480-220
Test Center Number 48-261
ACT/SAT Test Preparation
If you plan to take the SAT, you can find a short assessment here to see if you have any areas that might need some work before the test date. Once you have completed the assessment, they provide links to site that will assist you in the areas you need to practice. To obtain a free SAT study guide or practice test you can either stop by the Academic VP’s office or you can download them here. If you plan to take the ACT, you can find the ACT test prep site here.
If you are taking either exam, this free site registration. You may receive email from them or their partnered organizations, but the reviews of their test prep are very positive and they have a good process for practice questions and brushing up in your weaker areas.
Finally, this site is offered by a scholarship search website. There are helpful articles, practice tests, test taking tips and other resources. The strength of this site is that it allows students offer suggestions to the site once they have completed their exams, which is extremely helpful to help out other students. We encourage your participation.