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Resources

Khan Academy

Resources

Unmasking the SAT & ACT

Shmoop

Spark Notes

SAT vs. ACT

OpenEd

ZeeMee

Compare the New SAT to the ACT

SAT vs.  ACT

Common Application

The Common Application is an admissions application that you complete and can then submit to over 700 colleges and universities across the country!

Understanding Your SAT Scores

 

ACT/SAT scores are very important, not only for college admittance but also for course placement in college.

CLICK HERE to view UNM's course placement!

Test Optional College Admissions

CLICK HERE to learn about test-optional college admissions.

CLICK HERE for The National Center for Fair & Open Testing

Juniors & Seniors

Junior Information

AHA Junior Timeline

The Junior's Guide to Planning for College

  • By the end of your junior year, you should have 3-5 colleges/universities that you are interested in applying to.
  • Know what requirements are needed for those colleges/universities (GPA, ACT or SAT scores, Letter of Recommendations, etc.)
  • Please know all the deadlines that will happen during your SENIOR YEAR!!!! Admission Applications and Scholarship deadlines occur very early during your Senior Year!!! Ex. Arizona State University's VIP Admission is due on November 1st of your Senior Year…this means you have to apply, be accepted, and all documents (i.e. official transcript, test scores) would be sent there by November 1st…

In other words…DON'T PROCRASTINATE.

ACT Dates

(actstudent.org

TEST DATE

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

September 9, 2017

August 4, 2017

October 28, 2017

September 22, 2017

December 9, 2017

November 3, 2017

February 10, 2017

January 12, 2018

April 14, 2018

March 9, 2018

June 9, 2018

May 4, 2018

July 14, 2018

June 15, 2018

 

SAT Dates

(collegeboard.org)

TEST DATE

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

August 26, 2017

July 28, 2017

October 7, 2017

September 8, 2017

November 4, 2017

October 5, 2017

December 2, 2017

November 2, 2017

March 10, 2018

February 9, 2018

May 5, 2018

April 6, 2018

June 2, 2018

May 3, 2018

 

CNM Application for Seniors

CNM Application - FALL 2018 TERM

2018-2019 CNM Scholarship Application

Bridge to Success Scholarship Requirements & Deadlines

CNM Suncat Scholars Scholarship

Apply to CNM's TRIO Program! 

TRIO support services include:

  • Academic, career and personal coaching;
  • One-on-one tutoring in science, English, accounting and humanities courses;
  • College success workshops and educational activities;
  • TRIO computer lab and study area;
  • Cultural and educational events; student leadership opportunities;
  • Networking and support from people with similar goals and challenges
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Credit Countdown!!!

Every credit counts!!! 

Meet with your School Counselor to go over your high school credits and transcript!

There are many tutoring services available at AHA.

If you happen to fail a class, make sure you talk to your School Counselor to register for a Credit Recovery Class.

Letter of Recommendation Request Form

For most scholarships/admission applications, you may need a letter of recommendation from a principal, teacher, school counselor, employer or someone who knows you well. Fill out this request form so they will know useful information about you in order to write an exceptional letter of recommendation. PLEASE ASK THEM TO WRITE THE LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION AT LEAST 2 WEEKS BEFORE THE DUE DATE. I also suggest you give your recommender an unofficial transcript and a resume.

 

CLICK HERE to access the Letter of Recommendation Request Form

ACT Prep

Sign up for the ACT! 

In the College Go Center, there are Free Practice ACT Test Booklets. 

Register for the test on the ACT Website, upload a picture and if you qualify for free/reduced lunch, see Ms. Delgadillo or any School Counselor for a fee-waiver form.

Recommended Test Dates:

  • April (Juniors)
  • September (Senior Year, if you need to re-take it for a higher score)
  • October (Senior Year, if you need to re-take it for a higher score)

***There are many Scholarships/Admission Deadlines throughout your Senior Year, so DON'T procrastinate on taking the ACT***

ACT Test Prep

ACT Tips

ACT Test Prep Website

 

Need information about the ACT? Here is Powerpoint from ACT!

Click Here - ACT POWERPOINT

 

SAT Prep

If you are applying to a University that requires an SAT score, make sure you sign up!!! 

In the library, you can check out Practice SAT Test Booklets. 

Register for the test on the SAT College Board Website, if you qualify for free/reduced lunch, see Ms. Delgadillo or any School Counselor for a fee-waiver form.

Recommended Test Dates:

  • Spring Test Dates for Juniors
  • Re-take Beginning of your Senior year (if you need a higher score)

CLICK HERE to learn about the SAT.

SAT FLYER

***There are many Scholarships/Admission Deadlines during your Senior Year, so DON'T procrastinate on taking the SAT***