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College Entrance Exams

October 22 update


DVHS (placeholder for now) will support expanded access for Advanced Placement Exams for Independent Study Students. 

  • DVHS will open up EXAM ONLY sections at seating of 160 for all AP exams. 
  • AP Independent Study Registration Open Nov. 3 - 8
  • Once payment is submitted, students will receive from APTS the DVHS Exam Only Independent Study Student Join Code

Overall Message to SRVUSD Community: SRVUSD will open a test seat for SRVUSD independent students. Independent Students will order through APTS and will see that their assigned testing location is DVHS. The exact testing location or test date may change. More information will be forthcoming on exact testing logistics for independent study students.

SRVUSD is unable to support the administration of the following Advanced Placement exams:

  • AP 2-D Art & Design
  • AP 3-D Art & Design
  • AP Drawing
  • AP Research


PSAT/NMSQT:  (Preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) 

The Preliminary SAT (PSAT) is administered nationally in October to juniors and sophomores. Juniors who take the test can qualify with their scores for the National Merit Scholarship Program.  

Site Coordinator: Easton Plummer,


An admissions test is required by most 4-year colleges the SAT is one of the test students can take. This test, in particular, is 3 hours and 45 minutes. The test measures the material below:

  • Mathematical ability
  • Critical reading
  • Writing

 SAT Administration Dates and Deadlines

Check for details.

Site Coordinator: Tucker Farrar,

SAT Subject tests

There is 20 SAT Subject Test in 5 general areas:

  • English
  • History
  • Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Science

The subject test will test the knowledge of a given area. The tests are given six times a year on the same day of the SAT.

To learn more about the SAT Subject test visit The College Board Website.

Site Coordinator: Tucker Farrar,


An admissions test is required by most 4-year colleges the ACT is one of the test students can take. This test, in particular, is 3 hours. The test measures the material below:

  • English
  • Mathematical ability
  • Reading
  • Science
  • Writing (optional) – CSU, UC and many private and out-of-state colleges require this (it’s important to see if the colleges you are applying to require the written portion of the test)

 ACT Test Dates (National)


Test Date Registration Deadline (Late Fee Required)

AP (Advanced Placement):

AP exams are given in May. Scoring a 3, 4 or 5 will often enable a student to receive college credit.

Site Coordinator: Catie Hawkins,