Test Dates & Prep Resources for SAT/ACT/PSAT Testing

Below you will find a list of SAT, ACT, PSAT and AP test dates for the school year, along with a list of college entrance exam prep resources. We suggest that students prepare for the exams, although we do not promote a specific program. Exam prep resources vary in fees and time commitment. Parents and students are encouraged to research the programs to find a good match for their needs.

Students must register for SAT and/or ACT exams directly through the College Board and ACT websites, with the exception of PSAT tests. Students must register for the PSAT in the School Counseling Office in September for the October exam. Exam dates, registration deadlines and guidelines, exam procedures, fees and practice tests can be found on their websites.

College Entrance Exam Test Prep Resources

Khan Academy www.khanacademy.com
Princeton Review  1-800-2-REVIEW or www.princetonreview.com
Plaistow Library Free Practice Test Open to non- Plaistow residents. Check with the Plaistow Library for dates of their practice exams.
SAT – College Board www.sat.collegeboard.org/practices
ACT www.actstudent.org/testprep
Kaplan www.kaptest.com
Sylvan Learning Center Salem, NH  952-4014  or www.sylvanlearning.com

SAT Test Examination Dates

Register online at collegeboard.org . If you have already taken an SAT test, use the same account to register for all tests.
Click here to see the test dates for the coming year:  SAT TEST DATES

ACT Test Examination Dates

Register online at act.org. Click here to see the test dates for the coming year: http://www.act.org/


PSATs are offered once a year and this year will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2022 at Timberlane High School. Students may register with payment in the School Counseling Office by October 7th. More Information will be emailed home in September.

AP Exams will be held in May at TRHS

Complete information is available on the College Board AP website:

AP Exam Results are Available in July

  1. Sign up for a College Board account if you do not have one already.
  • Make sure to provide the same information on your account as you did on your AP answer sheet.
  • If you already have an account from taking previous AP or SAT exams, try signing in to confirm.
  1. Remember the following information to access your scores:
  • Your College Board account username and password.
  • Your AP number (from the card and/or booklet you received when testing).