Testing (PSAT, SAT, ACT, AP)
The PSAT was given on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. The PSAT is practice for the SAT and also qualifies 11th grade students for National Merit Scholarships. The PSAT assesses the same knowledge and skills as the SAT, providing a check-in on college readiness before taking the SAT.
All students who took the PSAT in October now have access to their scores online at College Board. Students have also been given their paper score report and their test booklet. Log in to or create a College Board account (cbaccount.collegeboard.org) to access scores, test performance feedback and free, personalized SAT practice, through Khan Academy, based on your test results.
Please follow the link below to access scores online:
This link has a helpful video to walk you through the steps to retrieve your scores.
**Important: When setting up your College Board Account, do NOT use your school email address. Please use your personal email address to complete your registration.
For more information about your scores, and to set up your SAT prep program through the Khan Academy, please use the link below:
Students who signed up to take a fall semester or full year AP Exam will be required to pay for their exams by February 21, 2020. If you signed up to take an exam and you wish to cancel, you will still be responsible for the $40.00 unused exam fee (as per College Board). You must provide a note from a parent or guardian to cancel an exam. Check or money order can be made out to "Haverford High School" and given to Mrs. Novino in the Counseling Office. AP Exams are $94.00 each.
We will begin taking registrations for semester two AP classes on February 10, 2020 (following an assembly on February 7, 2020). Full payment will be due at the time of registration for semester two AP exams.