Garga Posted July 24, 2018 Share Posted July 24, 2018 I checked on college board to see when my local school is hosting the test. My school wasn't on there. I contacted the school and the guidance counselor said that the school is part of an "SAT school day program" so the test dates are not on the college board website. He said that they start signing kids up for it after the Christmas break and to contact him then and we'd get my son signed up. The phrase "SAT school day program" may or may not be an official name. He might just be calling it that on his own. We've taken the PSAT at this school twice before (in 9th and 10th) with no problems. So, part of me doesn't anticipate any problems. The school is very friendly and open to homeschoolers and have always been gracious and answered our questions right away. But another part of me wants to be sure this is normal. Is it normal for schools to do this and for homeschoolers to contact the school directly and NOT sign up through college board? I thought you had to sign up through college board? And get a ticket or something to bring with you on the day of the test? (That's what we had to do for a Subject test at a different school.) Or was all that only if the school wasn't offering it for their "SAT school day program"? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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