2021-22 Financial Aid Night

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SAT | ACT | AP

  • Butler High School CEEB Code: 310170 

    The SAT and ACT are two standardized tests you can take in preparation for college admission.  Most schools will accept either/or, but it is always a good idea to check with the individual college’s website. Websites for both of these tests will offer practice questions that you can use to determine which test you think you may be more successful with.


    PSTA/SAT Testing Information and Dates

    • PSAT Testing Information and Dates
    • SAT Testing Information and Dates
    • ACT Testing Information and Dates

    How many times should a student take the SAT?

    The vast majority of students take the SAT once or twice, and the College Board does not recommend that students take the SAT more than twice. There is no evidence to support the idea that taking the SAT more than twice results in significant score gains.

Paying for College

    1. Scholarship searching information: Where to start?

    2. Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) http://www.hesaa.org/Pages/StudentsParents.aspx or 609-584-4480/800-792-8670

    3. Private colleges may seem expensive, but there are ways to make it more affordable through scholarships and financial aid.  To get an estimate of what the “net” cost of a college would be for you, use CollegeBoard’s Net Price Calculator.  Be sure to compare Net prices when comparing colleges.  This worksheet may be helpful.

    4. Tuition Aid Grant (TAG) Estimator

    5. See if you qualify for SAT or College Application Fee Waivers : http://sat.collegeboard.org/register/sat-fee-waivers or by asking your School Counselor.

     

    *Remember: The law requires all 18-25 year-old men to register for possible military service in case of a national emergency. If you don’t register, you will not qualify for federal student grants or loans for college. Failure to register may result in prosecution, imprisonment and fines. www.sss.gov is the Selective Service website. 

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