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Scroll down to learn about standardized testing options, as well as test preparation information from Applerouth.

Click on the image below to read the Junior Jumpstart guide to testing, which contains helpful information about standardized testing options.

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Pope High School does NOT send test scores to colleges. Test scores can only be sent by the testing center (ACT or SAT).

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The College Board announced this week they were transitioning to a digital platform SAT over the next couple of years.  Jed Applerouth’s article gives a good overview of the changes in his article:

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Information from GT Admissions About Standardized Testing for 2021-2022 :


Here are three things to know:

  1. Georgia Tech, and all other public universities in our system, are requiring test scores to be considered for admission this year.

  2. We do allow students to self-report test scores, even after applying, via their applicant portal.

  3. Test scores are only one factor of our holistic application review process. We continue to prioritize course choice, rigor of curriculum, contribution to community, and institutional priorities as we make admission decisions to enroll our class. ​​​​


Conquer Your Test-Taking Fears with Applerouth Tutoring at Pope High School

In these interactive classes, you will review test content and hone the test-taking strategies necessary to master the test. Your tutor will use class data from mock tests to tailor each session to your group's needs.


“How do I know which test is better for my child?” Not sure which test to prep for? Take a combo mock SAT/ACT test: 

Applerouth is offering an opportunity for your child to take a mock combo SAT and ACT at Pope to get experience and feedback on which test may be the better test for them.  This opportunity will be a combination test and the cost is $20.00. Students will take a scaled down version of both the New SAT and ACT tests. Each test comes with an individual, detailed score report (which you can compare) that highlights your child’s personal strengths and weaknesses. 


To register, please visit and enter the event code (see below class schedule on the flyer below for event codes):


StudyPoint is offering students the opportunity to take a free virtual practice test for either the SAT or ACT.  Since it’s virtual, you can take the practice test from your home. Anyone who participates will receive a free score analysis that breaks down how you did by section, question type, and content area so you can get a sense of where you might want to do some review prior to the real thing.

They run multiple practice tests each week. If you're interested you can view available dates and register for a test at


Standardized Testing Information

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