SAT

Scholastic Assessment Test

The SAT is a qualifying test required for admission to colleges and universities in the state of Indiana and in may schools outside of Indiana. The SAT measures the knowledge and skills that research shows are essential for college and career readiness and success.  The SAT tests a students ability in reading, writing and language, and mathematics.  Students now have the option to take the essay portion of the SAT.  

Please check with your prospective college or university to verify whether you need to include the essay portion with your SAT registration. 

The total score shown in the report reflects the combination (addition) of the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section score (200–800) with the Math section score (200–800). The total score reported range for the SAT is 400–1600. The percentiles accompanying students’ scores have been derived from research studies. 

Register Early!

PHOTO must be uploaded to admission ticket!

Test sites will close when they have reached capacity during registration. Therefore, it is important to register early to ensure your first choice of test sites. 

Registration for SAT:  SAT Registration

Important: When completing your registration materials, be certain to fill in your high school code number (CEEB) when asked. If students omit the high school code, their high schools will not get a copy of the exam results to include on the student's records. Thus, student will be required to write to SAT each time they want scores reported to colleges or universities and be charged a processing fee.

Harrison High School:  CEEB or School Code     150-990

If you plan to register with the NCAA Clearinghouse, to play Division I or II sports you must have your test scores sent DIRECTLY to the Clearinghouse. The NCAA code 9999 must be one of your score report choices.  NAIA schools are also requiring you to register if you plan to attend a school in this association.  NAIA code is 9876.  You must also register with the respective eligibility center.

                                   
Test Sites: Make certain that you have registered for an appropriate test sites. 

Day of Exam:
 Bring your admission ticket, picture identification, approved calculator, and #2 lead pencils.