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Testing

See the subpage links on the left side of the page for more detailed information in regards to specific testing.

ACT - The ACT is a college admissions test that is used for college acceptance.  This test is offered multiple times throughout the year.  This test should be taken during the junior year to allow adequate time to retake the test and score higher, if necessary.  Scores needed to be accepted to schools are based upon each individual college's criteria.

COMPASS - The COMPASS test is used by colleges as a placement test into collegiate level courses.  It is needed when ACT scores are not high enough for acceptance into the Seniors to Sophomores program and dual credit courses at WBHS.

OGT - The Ohio Graduation Test is a state-mandated test.  Students take 5 tests during March of their sophomore year.  The five tests cover the following subjects:  reading, math, writing, science, and social studies.  Students MUST pass each subject area to receive an Ohio high school diploma.  They will have a couple chances to pass this test, but must participate in academic intervention before retaking the test.

PSAT - The PSAT is a practice SAT test that is offered at WBHS in October each year.  This test is designed for juniors, but all students are eligible to take it.  This test is used as the basis for the National Merit Scholarship (NMSQT) competition.

SAT - The SAT is a college admissions test that is used for college acceptance.  The SAT is not offered at WBHS, but can be taken at nearby locations.  There is a general test and individual subject tests.  This test should be taken during the junior year to allow adequate time to retake the test and score higher, if necessary.  Scores needed to be accepted to schools are based upon each individual college's criteria.

ASVAB -
The ASVAB is a multiple-aptitude battery that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. It is administered annually to more than one million military applicants, high school, and post-secondary students.