Forms, Websites, and Testing

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  • PSAT and Pre-ACT

    The Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test (PSAT) is offered in October. At Wesleyan, sophomores will take the exam for practice and juniors will take the exam as the qualifying test for the National Merit Scholarship program. The PSAT is a shortened version of the SAT Reasoning test, which measures critical reading, writing, mathematical reasoning and problem-solving abilities.
    At Wesleyan, students will take the Pre-ACT test in the Fall of their sophomore year. The exam is a precursor to the ACT. The Pre-ACT test includes multiple choice sections in Reading, Math, English and Science.
    Resources for Preparation:
    Understanding PSAT and Pre-ACT score reports:
    Visit once you receive your PSAT score report
  • SAT and ACT

    The Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) is the nation's most widely-used standardized test for admissions into colleges or universities.
    The test consists of sections in critical reading, mathematical reasoning and writing abilities.
    The SAT tests the critical skills needed for academic success in college.
    To register for the SAT and to view upcoming test dates, visit
    If you register to take the SAT at Wesleyan, the testing site code is 11122.
    SAT Subject Tests
    The subject tests measure students' knowledge and skills in a particular subject area and the ability to apply that knowledge.
    We advise students to take subject tests in May or June following their junior year, particularly after completing an AP course.
    Speak with the college advisors regarding the specific subject tests that you should consider taking.
    The American College Test (ACT) consists of five sections in english, mathematics, reading comprehension, science reasoning and writing.
    When you register for the ACT, it is imperative that you register for the ACT plus writing.
    To register and to view upcoming test dates, visit
    If you register to take the ACT at Wesleyan, you should enter the testing site code 216260.
    Recommendations and Guidelines from College Advising
    Registration for the SAT and ACT (with writing) is the responsibility of the student. 
    Register early since the test centers are filled on a first come, first serve basis. 
    All juniors should take the SAT and ACT during second semester of the junior year. Students in Geometry should wait until at least March, but a student in Pre-Calculus can take either test as early as January. 
    After receiving your test scores assess your performance with your college advisor and register for your next test dates in May, June, or early fall. Summer is a prime time to prepare to retake the SAT or ACT. A majority of students will see an increase in scores from junior to senior year.  
    If a student is interested in applying to a military academy, he or she should take the test in January of junior year.
    Students must request his or her scores be sent by the College Board and ACT directly to the colleges to which an application is to be submitted. Failure to do so will result in incomplete applications. 
    All scores will be sent to Wesleyan automatically when students enter Wesleyan's code (110261).  
  • Websites

    For general information about the admissions process, visit:
    Common Application
    College Board
    Georgia College 411
    All About College
    College View
    College Link
    College Express
    Campus Tours
    US News: Education
    College Review

    For multicultural resources, visit:
    • Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities

    For information about religiously affiliated institutions, visit:

    For information about Georgia Colleges & Institutions, visit: (applying for HOPE Scholarship)

    For resources for students with special needs, visit:
    • Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
    • Eric Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
    • National Attention Deficit Disorder Association

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