Did you know...Students can test out of certain courses and still earn college credit through credit by examination.
The SAT is:
Who Should Take the SAT?
The state of Florida requires students to take an admissions or placement test before entering certain programs. The test you take depends on the program you wish to enter. You should take the SAT if you:
The SAT meets state requirements for students entering a college-credit program.
I've Already Taken the SAT. How Do I Transfer My Scores to Seminole State?
You are responsible for ensuring that Seminole State receives your official SAT scores. To be valid, scores must be received directly from the test publisher in a sealed envelope. Seminole State will not accept unofficial copies of your SAT scores or scores listed on your high school transcript.
If Seminole State does not receive your placement scores before your advisement appointment, you will be required to take the Computerized Placement Test (CPT) or the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT).
If you have trouble locating and/or requesting your official SAT test scores:
What Do My Scores Mean?
Use the table below for help interpreting your SAT scores. Test scores must be less than two years old to be valid.
* ACCUPLACER (CPT)/PERT exemption and subsequent enrollment in ENC 1101: English I requires college-level placement scores in all language-based subtests of the SAT.
What Should I Do if I Want to Improve My Test Scores?
Most people retake the SAT to improve their scores. If you are concerned about your scores, you may:
What Should I Do if I Haven't Taken the SAT?
If you have not taken the SAT, you can:
You must register for the SAT in advance. For exam dates and registration deadlines, contact the Assessment and Testing Center at 407.708.2020, or visit the SAT website.
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