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Frisco Independent School District
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Resources


Several options are available to students who want to pursue SAT/PSAT/ACT prep hoping to achieve higher scores. Check out the following options:

1) Princeton Review has a partnership with Frisco ISD to provide discounts for SAT/PSAT/ACT preparation classes. See attached flyer for more information.

2) Family Connection provides FREE test preparation through Method Test Prep for the SAT and ACT. Students can access their student Family Connection account from the Heritage website. This option will be available through July 31.

3) My College QuickStart offers online college and career planning free of charge to all students who took the PSAT/NMSQT. My College QuickStart provides My Online Score Report, an interactive score report that allows students to review each test question, their answers, and the correct answers with answer explanations as well as My SAT Study Plan, a customized SAT study plan based on students' PSAT/NMSQT test performance, with hundreds of practice questions to help students improve their skills. My College QuickStart can be accessed at http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/prepare/quickstart. Students can find their access code on their PSAT Score Sheet.

4) Get Prepped @ UT Dallas is offering SAT/PSAT Preparation Classes. Check their website, jindal.utdallas.edu/satprep, for dates and times. Cost is $350 which includes textbooks and parking; space is limited.

5) Check out the ACT Question of the Day at www.act.org and the SAT Question of the Day at ww.sat.org. You can find more information regarding test prep on both of these websites.

6) Juniors may sign up for the PSAT Class that Heritage offers each Fall. The course is a local credit so students must be on track for graduation to sign up.

These are just a few of the many opportunities for preparing for college admission testing.