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SAT & PSAT Coordinator contact information:

Stephen Sobolewski - please email if you have any questions:

WHS School CEEB and SAT-ACT Registration Code---070938

WHS School Test Center Code---07710

Where and when to show up:

Report to the main lobby of the high school NO LATER than 7:45 a.m. on the Saturday morning of the test.

What to bring:

  • A valid photo ID (SEE BELOW)
  • Your admission ticket, printed out from the college board website
  • Two or more #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils)
  • Calculator
  • Drink/snacks to be eaten during breaks

NO STUDENT will be tested without a photo ID. Acceptable ID: Driver's license, Valid school photo ID card or a valid passport. Talented Identification Program students will need a photo ID or their paperwork from The Johns Hopkins University

You must submit a photo with your registration for the SAT. The photo you provide will become part of your Admission Ticket. You will be asked to upload a digital photo during online registration. Your appearance in the photo must match how you will look on the day of the test or you will not be admitted to the test.

For information and photo requirements: <>

Note: You are not required to provide a photo if you are in the 8th grade or below.


Standby test-taking is not permitted. If you miss the last registration deadline, or if your paper registration has been returned unprocessed without enough time to resubmit it, you may be able to go online to request a waitlist status. This status may be available from the last registration deadline up until five days before test day. Unregistered individuals will not be admitted to the test center under any circumstances. Test registration on test day at the test center is not available.


ASVAB Test (The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test)

ASVAB Testing

Every Thursday @ 9:00 am in Fairfield, CT.
Contact an Armed Service official or Recruitment Center for registration form.
Directions to test site will be given at the time of registration.

ASVAB Test Areas:

General Science: 25-item test measuring knowledge of life science, earth and space science, and physical science.
Arithmetic Reasoning: 30-item test measuring ability to solve basic arithmetic word problems.
Word Knowledge: 35-item test measuring ability to understand the meaning of words through synonyms.
Paragraph Comprehension: 15-item test measuring ability to obtain information from written material.
Mathematics Knowledge: 25-item test measuring knowledge of mathematical concepts and applications.
Electronics Information: 20-item test measuring knowledge of electrical current, circuits, devices, and electronic systems.
Auto and Shop Information: 25-item test measuring knowledge of automotive maintenance and repair, and wood and metal shop practices.
Mechanical Comprehension: 25-item test measuring knowledge of the principles of mechanical devices, structural support, and properties of materials.


Several composite scores are formed from different combinations of ASVAB test scores. Three composites, or Career Exploration Scores, are provided specifically to help students engage in the career exploration process. These scores help students to get a good sense of their verbal, math, and science and technical skills compared to other students in the same grade. ASVAB results are reported to students and counselors on the ASVAB Summary Results sheet. This report shows grade-specific standard scores and score bands for all eight tests and three Career Exploration Scores. It also provides students with percentile-based interpretations of those scores. The ASVAB Summary Results provides students with appropriate explanations of the scores, as well as suggestions for their use.

Another composite, the Military Careers Score, allows students to compare their skills and abilities with the skills and abilities of job incumbents in various military careers.

Finally, students receive a Military Entrance Score. This score, also called the Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score, is the score that determines whether a student has scored high enough to meet the entrance requirements for military service.


Test-Takers in 8th Grade and Below
Due to Internet privacy laws, students younger than 13 years of age cannot register online.

Talented Identification Program students will need a photo ID or their paperwork from The Johns Hopkins University.

If a student tests before the ninth grade, the scores are purged at the end of the testing year by The College Board. Students can ask to preserve their scores as part of their permanent record if they choose. Submit a request in writing before the end of June of the year in which they tested.
Include full name, registration number, and test date to The College Board SAT Program, Attention: Talent Search Scores, P.O. Box 025505, Miami, FL 33102

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