Most colleges and universities require their applicants to submit scores from a nationally standardized admission test. The two most common are the SAT and the ACT.
Between October and June, the University of West Georgia serves as a test site for several Saturday administrations of both the national SAT and ACT. Scores from either of these tests may be submitted to UWG’s Admissions Office, but some institutions may accept scores from only one of these exams. Before you register for one of these tests, be sure that you know which test the institution you plan to apply to prefers.
Because these are nationally standardized tests given on selected Saturdays, registration is required in advance through the testing agencies which designed these tests.
Information regarding SAT testing dates, available testing sites, ID requirements, fees, actual test registration, and study aids can be found at the College Board’s website: http://www.collegeboard.com/
Additional SAT Resources: Teachingdegree.org Guide
Information regarding ACT testing dates, available testing sites, ID requirements, fees, actual test registration, and study aids can be found at ACT’s website: http://www.actstudent.org/