• SAT/ACT Preparation Workshops

    Spring workshops – in person or online
    Begin February 6 or April 9  

    See the attached flyer for a detailed list of available test prep options.

    For more information on specific dates, times, and costs, visit www.granitebaytestprep.com

    For information on other free or paid preparation services, see the attached flyer below or contact Teri Keeney in the College and Career Center.


    David Tastor (English): 916-284-1279 / Scott Becker (Math): 916-847-7419

    granitebaytestprep.com / rocklintestprep.com

    One workshop to prepare for both SAT & ACT tests!

    While some schools have gone test-optional for admissions many schools and financial aid/scholarship programs still require a test score. 

    Financial aid awards at a select number of schools will still depend on test scores and GPA.


    SAT and ACT Policies and Score Ranges for Popular Colleges and Universities

    College Profiles including admissions profiles

    Free SAT prep through College Board - https://satsuite.collegeboard.org/sat/practice-preparation

    For the latest information on SAT tests during COVID-19 and school closures, please visit the College Board website.  

    How much should students prepare for the SAT and/or the ACT? Take a common-sense approach. Use the free materials available in the College & Career Center to become familiar with what is expected. If more information is desired, local bookstores have books at a relatively low cost. If a more structured learning environment is thought necessary, refer to this list of references SAT and ACT Test Prep Workshop Information    

    College Board FAQs

    (updated 5/10/23)