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Junior Year

Planning for College

 • Attend SRHS College Night for juniors with your parents (fall).

• Register for/take the PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) in October.

• Make it your responsibility to listen and read the daily bulletin for announcements of college and vocational school representatives’ visits to campus, and of deadlines for tests.

• Check the requirements/costs of attending various colleges.

• Send away for literature about colleges and vocational programs.

• Visit the campus or campuses of your choice.

• Take the SAT Reasoning/ACT with writing/SAT Subject Tests in May/June of your junior year.

• Prepare for taking the SAT Reasoning/ACT with writing/SAT Subject Tests in your senior year; there are review courses available, study booklets, facsimile tests.

• Investigate your eligibility for Honors, and AP (Advanced Placement) courses in your senior year.

Take the ASVAB test if you’re interested in the possibility of joining the military.