FAQs

 

How do I contact ACT or SAT?

ACT: www.act.org or (319) 337-1270

SAT: http://sat.collegeboard.com or (866)756-7346

 

Where do I report for testing?

Examinees report to Building 330. There is plenty of parking in front of the building. To locate the building, follow the signs when you enter the main Niceville campus entrance at 100 College Blvd or follow this link for a map of the Niceville campus: Niceville Campus Map 
You will be assigned to a testing room upon arrival.

 

What time should I report for testing?

Check-in begins at 7:30am. You must arrive before 8:00am or you will not be allowed to test.

 

I would like to register or I am registered for special accommodations due to a learning/physical disability that I have. What do I do?

Contact ACT or SAT for special accommodations requests. If you are registered, please advise the testing personnel when you report for testing so you are sent to the correct room. 

 

What if I lost my admission ticket or never received an admission ticket?

You should be able to log in to your account and print a new ticket from the website. If not, prior to the testing date, call ACT or SAT to verify that you are registered for the test and gain access to your admission ticket. 

 

What should I bring with me to the test?

Do not bring your cell phone. You MUST bring a photo ID. You will not be permitted to test without a photo ID. The only exception to this rule are 7th and 8th grade Talent Search participants who are provided identification details with their registration information. Wear appropriate clothing. The testing rooms are frequently chilly, so dress accordingly. Vending machines are usually available for snacks.

 

What time does the test end?

ACT testing normally ends between 11:30am and 12:00pm, unless you are taking the writing portion. ACT with Writing ends around 12:30 p.m. SAT Testing ends at approximately 12:30 p.m. SAT Subject tests are each one hour long.

 

I missed the registration deadlines. Can I do standby testing?

Check the ACT and SAT websites for details about standby or waitlist testing. This type of testing is permitted on a space-available basis. Plan to arrive at the testing center by 7:30 am and place your name on the standby roster. If space is still available at the start of testing, then you will be permitted to test. You must present the ACT or SAT standby/ waitlist admission ticket. 

 

 

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