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    PSAT Testing Information

    PSAT/NMSQT ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2022 - Schedule updates & details!

    FORSYTH COUNTY SCHOOLS HAS DESIGNATED OCTOBER 12TH AS AN ASYNCHRONOUS ONLINE LEARNING DAY FOR ALL HIGH SCHOOLS.  This will be a virtual catch up/review day for ALL students.  Due to this, we are making a slight change in our daily schedule for the week of October 10 th.  This schedule is for ALL West students. 

    Monday 10/10 - 7 period day

    Tuesday 10/11 - 7 period day

    Wednesday 10/12 - 7 period day* (virtual/PSAT)

    Thursday 10/13 - EVEN block

    Friday 10/14 - ODD block*

    *indicates a change from our regular schedule

    Students not taking the PSAT/NMSQT can stay home to work virtually.  If your student cannot stay home that day, they may come to school to complete their virtual learning in supervised areas. Buses will run as normal and a "grab and go" lunch will be available to students who come to school for either testing or virtual learning.

    If your student is testing (registered 9 th & 11 th graders and ALL 10 th graders), please keep reading! (10th graders are automatically registered by the county, 9th and 11th registration has closed)


    • Students taking the PSAT at West will be allowed to leave campus when all testing has concluded.
    • Students with last names A-L should be picked up in the front of the building in the normal car rider lanes. 
    • Students with last names M-Z should be picked up at the auditorium parking lot (bus lanes). 
    • Students may then participate in Virtual Learning at home.  If your student does not have transportation home or they cannot stay home to work, they may stay at school for Lunch and Virtual Learning for the remainder of the day.  They will be assigned a central location to complete their work virtually.

    *Parents/guardians who DO NOT permit their student to leave school at the conclusion of testing must complete the online  West Forsyth Permission to Leave Early Form by Monday, October 10, 2021. If this form is not submitted, student will be allowed to leave campus after completion of the test.

    Important Reminders for Testers:

    • Students should report to their testing room by 8:25am. (*Testing Room assignments will be communicated to registered test-takers by Friday, October 7 th*)
    • Use the restroom before arriving at your testing room.
    • Bring an approved calculator - see the  Student Guide  for more information about acceptable calculators.
    • Bring several No. 2 pencils.
    • Bring a snack/drink for the breaks.
    • Cell phones and smart watches cannot be used during the testing session.  They can be left in a bag outside of the testing room or in the student's locker. Please leave these devices at home, if possible. 

    Please refer to the  PSAT Student Guide  for more detailed information about the exam.

    If you have any questions about the PSAT, please contact your child's counselor or Malina Maldonado, Assistant Administrator.



    SAT Testing Information

    Registration website:  www.collegeboard.org

    SAT Registration Fee: $55; Late Registration Fee: $30 additional

    WFHS CEEB Code:  110929 


    ACT Testing Information

    Registration website:  www.act.org

    Full ACT Registration Fee: $60; Full ACT with Writing: $85/Late Registration Fee: $36 additional

    WFHS CEEB Code:  110929 


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Last Modified on September 21, 2022