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Resources The office of Federal Student Aid provides publications, fact sheets, online tools, and other resources to help you prepare and pay for college or career school. Our resources are grouped by the following topics: Information on College Preparation and the Federal Student Aid ProgramsFree Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) InformationLoan InformationConsumer Protection Hard copies of many of the publications are available for order from the U.S. SAT Downloads and Materials Ordering Jump to page content Jump to navigation College Board Homepage Home > Testing > The SAT > Downloads & Materials Ordering SAT Downloads & Materials Ordering Customized Entry Pages SAT Subject Tests – The College Board beginning of content: Read carefully. Consider all the choices in each question.

Scholarships for Writers The written word is a powerful thing. The written word is a powerful thing. And those that work to harness that power are often rewarded by scholarship providers. There are plenty of scholarships for writers available to students, whether the interest is in journalism, stories or writing of any other type. Services for Students with Disabilities ACT is committed to serving examinees with documented disabilities by providing reasonable accommodations appropriate to the examinee's diagnosis and needs. ACT has established policies regarding documentation of an applicant's disability and the process for requesting accommodations. For details, see ACT Policy for Documentation to Support Requests for Test Accommodations on the ACT. If you currently receive accommodations in school due to a professionally diagnosed and documented disability, you may submit documentation to support a request for one of the following: National Standard Time with AccommodationsNational Extended Time (50% time extension): Approved examinees taking the ACT have up to 5 hours total to work on all four multiple-choice tests at their own pace.

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Getting into College - How to Prepare for Admission Tests If you’ve started thinking about college, you’ve probably heard about admission tests like the SAT. Colleges use test scores to help them make admission decisions. So it makes sense to plan to do your best on the exam. Here are some tips to help you do that. Test Accommodations Services for Examinees with Disabilities Request this only if you can test at a regularly scheduled national test center under standard time limits and use either a regular type (10 pt.) or large type (18 pt.) test booklet, but require other accommodations due to your disability. All scores achieved through National Testing are reported as "National." No details about any accommodations provided are reported. Examples include: • Assignment to a wheelchair-accessible room • Large type test booklet (18 pt.) • Marking responses in the test booklet • Permission for food, drink, or medical supplies in the test room • Stop-the-clock breaks

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