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Standardized Tests

Standardized tests

Washburn School Codes:
SAT - 541768
ACT - 541768
College Board (PR) - 2653

To be admitted in local and US universities students need to take entrance exams.

PSAT - Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test and the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, this is a preparation test for the SAT. It is also used as the first screening in the selection of the top scholars in the US for the award of National Merit Scholarship. Like the SAT provides three scores verbal, math and writing in a range of 20-80.
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SAT - 
Scholastics Aptitude Test is usually taken in the spring of 11th grade; then again in the fall of the senior year. It is a requirement for admissions for most post secondary institutions in the US. The scores are from 200-800.
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SAT Subject tests - 
They are designed to test the level of achievement a student has in a specific subject. Some selective universities require students to take two or more subject tests.
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PEAU (College Board) - 
This is the admissions test required by local universities in Puerto Rico. It has five sections verbal, math reasoning, Spanish, English and mathematics. The scores range from 200-800. This test is given three times a year February, June and October. Students are advised to take this test prior to their senior year.
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Nivel Avanzado - This is the local AP for universities in Puerto Rico. Students can take Spanish, English, General Math or Pre-calculus.
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ACT - assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The multiple-choice tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science. The Writing Test, which is optional, measures skill in planning and writing a short essay. 
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