Testing: ACT/SAT College Admissions and ASVAB Military Assessment

Students in grades 9-12 have a variety of opportunities to prepare for the ACT and SAT including test preparation included in the content areas, ACT workshops, and online test prep opportunities. All juniors have the opportunity to take the ACT or SAT at Johnsonville High School. Additionally juniors and seniors are encouraged to utilize the test prep resources and register to take the ACT and/or SAT assessments. Because college admissions and merit-based scholarships are based on college admissions test scores, students may want to consider re-taking theses assessments to improve scores.

Students in grade 11 will take the ASVAB assessment. The ASVAB is a timed multi-aptitude test, which is given at over 14,000 schools and Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS) nationwide and is developed and maintained by the Department of Defense. Students interested in more information about the ASVAB should see Mr. Craton Dicks, Career Facilitator grades 11 and 12. 


 

Test Registration

JHS High School Code:  411155

Register for ACT

Register for SAT

  • Fee waivers are available for eligible students.
  • See Ms. Washington to check to see if you are eligible for a fee waiver.

Test Prep: 

Learning Express Library:  This site is a part of DISCUS: South Carolina's Virtual Library, and it includes test prep materials and practice tests for ACT and SAT as well as tutorials for high school skills in Math, English, Reading, Writing, Grammar, and Science. It also includes tutorials for careers and placement tests. See Mrs. Calcutt if you have questions about how to set up accounts for Learning Express Library.

Khan Academy SAT & ACT Test Prep:  Video tutorials and tips for success on the SAT and ACT.

ACT Test Prep:  Tutorials and resources from the official ACT.org website

SAT College Board Test Prep:  Test prep from the official College Board SAT website

March2Success:  Students may set up their own accounts for test-taking strategies and practice tests for SAT, ACT, and ASVAB.

Military: ASVAB Practice Test:  Students may take a practice ASVAB test to gain an understanding of the test format and sample score.

WorkKeys Test Prep: Students may take practice tests to help measure work place skills.