Minimum ACT Scores and Minimum SAT Scores
ACT - American College Test
The ACT consists of four tests, a Student Profile Section, and an
Interest Inventory which is completed when registering for the test. The
test is normally given five times per school year with registration
deadlines frequently over a month prior to the test date. Registration
materials are available in the Guidance and Counseling Center.
What is the minimum score for the ACT?
The minimum scores for ACT are 18 for Reading Section, 17 for English
Section, and 19 for Math Section.
Sat I - Scholastic Assessment Test
The SAT is usually taken in the early fall (October or November) of the
senior year. A number of juniors take the test in the late spring (May
or June) and take it again in the senior year. The test is given seven
times per school year at various locations in the area. Registration
materials may be obtained in the Guidance and Counseling Center and
should be obtained well prior to the test date selected as postmark
registration deadlines are frequently over a month prior to the test
This test or the ACT is required for admission to almost all four
year colleges. http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/sat/calenfees/calenfees2.html
SAT II - Subject Tests
The College Board offers 16 different one hour subject tests which are
basically designed to measure knowledge of particular subjects and the
ability to apply that knowledge. Many colleges require or recommend one
or more of these tests for admission or placement. The SAT I is usually
taken on a test date prior to taking the SAT II. Registration procedures
are simular to the SAT I.
What is the minimum score for SAT?
The minimum SAT score is Verbal=440; Math=440.