The PSAT/NMSQT is being given on Wednesday, October 12.
10th Grade - All 10th graders will take the PSAT. They are automatically registered for the PSAT, and the State of Georgia covers the fee.
9th & 11th Grades - It is strongly recommended that 9th & 11th graders take the PSAT/NMSQT. Juniors taking the PSAT/NMSQT can qualify for scholarships, including National Merit Scholarship Program. All 9th & 11th graders must register and pay for the PSAT/NMSQT through MyPaymentsPlus. The cost is $18. Registration deadline is Tuesday, September 12.
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
On Wednesday, October 12, Walton High School will offer an administration of the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) during PSAT Day. Interested juniors and seniors need to register by Monday, October 10. Military personnel will offer a score interpretation session approximately three weeks after the administration.
Why should I take the ASVAB?
Identifies a student’s skills & abilities
Provides career exploration information
Links achievement with interest
Assists in planning work related courses
Helps in identifying a potential career path
Does NOT obligate students to the military
It is free!
You could earn a $180,000 scholarship to college!
One recent Walton graduate first learned about the ASVAB during Junior Advisement. He signed up to take the ASVAB during his junior year. His scores identified him as a potential candidate for the military’s highest scholarship. He was recruited by the military and in early spring, he accepted a check for $180,000 to attend AUBURN University.
SAT & ACT
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See below for test dates and how to register for the SAT & ACT.
Colleges/Universities require scores be sent directly from testing agencies. Students can choose up to four colleges/universities that the scores will automatically be sent to when signing up for the SAT or ACT. If students wait until after receiving their scores, it may cost up to $12 per official score report. For more information, visit: