Testing Info


"The SAT is the nation's most widely used admissions test among colleges and universities. It tests students' knowledge of subjects that are necessary for college success: reading, writing, and mathematics.

Each section of the SAT is scored on a scale of 200-800, with two writing subscores for multiple-choice questions and the essay. It is administered seven times a year in the U.S." For more information visit www.collegeboard.com. The schedule for the SAT is listed below:

Test Date

Registration Deadline

Late Fee Required

October 1, 2016  
November 5, 2016
December 3, 2016
January 21, 2017
March 11, 2017  
May 6, 2017
June 3, 2017  

PSAT-Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test

The PSAT serves as a practice test for the SAT and is offered to Sophomores and Juniors. In order to be considered for the National Merit Scholarship, the PSAT must be taken during the Junior year.  However, it is also good practice to take it your sophomore year. For more information visit NMSQT


As a "pre-ACT" test, PLAN is a powerful predictor of success on the ACT Assessment. PLAN focuses attention on both career preparation and improving academic achievement.  The PLAN test is administered each year for sophomores usually in September. For more information click here.

AP EXAMS-Advanced Placement

AP courses are college level courses that challenge students academically and prepare them better for college. At the end of the year, students can choose to take an AP exam and are encouraged to in order to receive college credit. The exams cost approximately $94 and are administered during the first two weeks of May. 
AP credit policy information for each university is found at AP Credit
Maple Mountain High School offers the following AP classes:

AP Course

Test Date

AP Language
AP Literature
AP Calculus
AP Statistics
AP Biology
AP Chemistry
AP Physics
AP Music
AP Studio Art  
AP Art History
AP European History
AP U.S. Studies
AP Psychology


"The College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP) gives you the opportunity to receive college credit for what you already know by earning qualifying scores on any of 34 examinations. Earn credit for knowledge you've acquired through independent study, prior course work, on-the-job training, professional development, cultural pursuits, or internships. Visit CLEP

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