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To ensure that you’re prepared for the ACT and/or SAT, we’ve compiled a list of the 2017 dates and deadlines all in one place to make it easier. Scroll down below to find the test date that works best for you.
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Test Date,Registration Deadline,Late Fee Required
February 11,January 13,January 14-20
April 8,March 3,March 4-17
June 10,May 5,May 6-19
September 9,August 4,August 5-18
October 28,September 22,September 23-October 6
December 9,November 3,November 4-17
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Information gathered from ACTstudent.org


Test dates may be subject to change
Test Date ,Registration Deadline, Late Mail Deadline, Late Phone/Online Deadline
January 21, December 21,January 3, January 10
March 11,February 10,February 21,February 28
May 6,April 7,April 18,April 25
June 3,May 9,May 16 ,May 24
August 26,July 28,August 8,August 21
October 7,September 8,September 19,September 27
November 4,October 5,October 17,October 25
December 2,November 2,November 14,November 21
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Find more information on the SAT, and register for the exam at SAT.collegeboard.org
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It has been shown that children can lose up to two months of essential math and reading skills during the summer months. At the Learning Resource Center, we offer quality summer learning opportunities so that students won’t lose the skills he or she worked hard at in school and to help #KeepKidsLearning.
If your child isn’t part of one of our summer programs, or even if they are, check out these 10 tips for parents to help keep your child’s mind active while school is out provided by the National Summer Learning Association.

10 Summer Learning Tips for Parents

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summer learning tips for parents
1. Read. Read. Read.
2. Have fun with numbers.
3.Turn off the TV! Turn off the screens!
4. Make art!
5. Experiment! Do science!
6. Eat smart. Eat healthy.
7. Get outside.
8. Go to a museum — again and again.
9. Read a poem.
10. Go to sleep.
Which strategies are already part of your child’s summer, and which do you plan to implement?

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