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PSAT (Preliminary SAT):

The PSAT is administered each fall, and sign-ups can be completed in the High School Counseling Office. When taken as a junior, achieving a high enough index score on the PSAT can qualify a student for the National Merit Scholarship. Additionally, 9th and 10th graders can use the test to practice for future college-entrance exams. For more information, please visit the PSAT website linked below.

PSAT Website


The DMACC Testing Center requires an assessment for all new full-time students (12 credit hours or more in Fall & Spring, 8 credit hours or more in the summer term). This assessment evaluates academic skills in reading, writing, and mathematics, providing valuable information for course selection and schedule planning.

Note: Assessment scores used for admission purposes must be no older than five (5) years from the test date. Explore more about the DMACC ACCUPLACER on their official website.