ACT, SAT (PSAT) and ASVAB Information

NEW for 2021-22 School Year!! Students will be given the opportunity to take the in-school PSAT or SAT on scheduled test dates for FREE. For this school year, ALL Freshman and Sophomores will take the PSAT on October 13th, ALL Seniors will take the SAT on October 28th, and ALL Juniors will take the SAT on April 13th.

The PSAT/NMSQT is available for JUNIORS to take in order to pre-qualify for the National Merit Scholarship as well as other academic recognition programs. The cost is $18 to take it as a Junior and students MUST signup and pay by September 10th to be added to the test roster. Please email Ms. Pezza at to be added. Payments may be made with cash/check to Mrs. Rogers in the Activities Office or online through the webstore. Juniors that qualify for fee waivers for SAT/ACT may also be eligible for a waiver for the PSAT/NMSQT. For more information about scholarships available from taking this test: CollegeBoard-PSAT/NMSQT

How do I qualify for a Fee Waiver to take the ACT and SAT? Students who are currently enrolled in the Reduced/Free Lunch Program may receive waivers to take the SAT and ACT for free. Additional benefits apply for each test. See waiver for complete details. EVERY student is encouraged to apply for lunch benefits now!

Verification of status required using the “Release of Eligibility” District Formsubmit to Student Services/Resource Room.

A Note about SAT & ACT Registrations: at the time you register (and up to the date specified in your registration) you will have the ability to have your test score sent to (4-6) colleges of your choice for FREE. Do NOT miss this opportunity. If you elect to have scores sent to a college(s) after the fact, there is a cost involved – PER SCORE, and PER SCHOOL. The cost is $12+, and that will add up. (If you are registering with a fee waiver, there are slight differences, but you still need to select schools). FREE IS GOOD!

LATE FEE of $30 applies for registration after the deadline up to the late deadline, as shown below, for both SAT & ACT. There is also a $40 change fee that applies if you register for a test, but miss the test date and try to register for a new date.

Registration Information for both ACT & SAT:

  • School Code: 100355
  • Mainland Test Center Code: 197090
  • Do NOT use your Volusia School email to register. Use a Gmail or similar PERSONAL email that you know how to access from any device – i.e. knowing your login information.


Test DateRegistration DeadlineLate Deadline
September 11, 2021August 6, 2021August 20, 2021
October 23, 2021September 17, 2021October 1, 2021
December 11, 2021November 5, 2021November 19, 2021
February 12, 2022January 7, 2022January 21, 2022
April 2, 2022February 25, 2022March 11, 2022
June 11, 2022May 7, 2022May 20, 2022
July 16, 2022 **June 17, 2022June 24, 2022
**Will not count for Class of 2022 Bright Futures qualification; scores accepted by State through JUNE test dates of Senior year.

For more information and to register go to

Free ACT prep available using the ACT Academy! Click HERE to register.

Free ACT sample tests and additional study tools also available HERE.


Test DateNormal DeadlineLate Deadline
August 28, 2021July 30, 2021August 17, 2021
October 2, 2021September 3, 2021September 21, 2021
November 6, 2021October 8, 2021October 26, 2021
December 4, 2021November 4, 2021November 23, 2021
March 12, 2022February 11, 2022March 1, 2022
May 7, 2022April 8, 2022April 26, 2022
June 4, 2022May 5, 2022May 25, 2022

For more information and to register go to

Scholarship Opportunity through College Board, students may “opt-in” starting their Junior year – click HERE. Up to $40,000 in funds and names drawn monthly. See link for complete details!

Free SAT Prep available on Khan Academy. Click HERE to learn how to link your SAT and Khan Academy Accounts to get personalized practice!

Free SAT sample tests and study tools also available HERE.


Resources and information are available in the Resource Room, 1-238.

NEXT TEST DATE: March 22, 2022 (registration open until March 10th)

ASVAB CEP Fact Sheet – HERE.

Visit to learn more

Free ASVAB Practice Tests and Study Tools HERE.

Download the FREE App on Google Play or IOS: ASVAB Challenge

Resources and Practice tools also available through: and

The ASVAB Career Exploration Program Information

Did you know…

The ASVAB aptitude tests have a well-established capacity to assess not only the ability to learn new skills, but to predict success in a wide variety of occupations.

The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is unique in several ways. The program:

  • Meets the career development needs of today’s high school and postsecondary students, whether they plan to enter the workforce right away or pursue further education at a university, community college, or vocational institution
  • Provides a world class, comprehensive career exploration and planning experience based on current career development theory and practice
  • Encourages students to explore a wide variety of careers, rather than limiting their exploration by telling them what they can or should do
  • Empowers students; encourages them to determine if and how they could improve their skills to become qualified for an occupation of interest
  • Emphasizes the importance of career planning and decision making
  • Provides a full-spectrum of career opportunities to students, regardless of their gender, ethnicity, or ability level
  • Sample Includes ready-to-use structured activities to guide students through the career exploration and planning process
  • Was developed with the assistance of a panel of leading career development professionals

Survey says…

Since the mid 1990s, the ASVAB Career Exploration Program has provided high quality, cost-free career exploration and planning materials and services to high schools across the nation. From surveys of participating students, we learned the following:

  • 76% of the students who participated did so because of their interest in making appropriate post- high school career and educational plans.
  • 31% of the students who participated did so because of their interest in military service.
  • 62% of those who participated reported that the ASVAB Program helped them to connect their skills and interests with appropriate career choices.
  • 63% of those who participated say the ASVAB Program helped them to consider careers they had not thought about before.

Sample Questions

For more information please contact:

Photo of Ms. Trisha Scheuerman
Resource Room and Parent Liaison Student Services
Desk Phone: (386) 258-4665 x54348