• SAT School Day and PSAT

    This year we will continue to offer 9th, 10th, and 11th grade scholars the PSAT/NMSQT for free at Langston Hughes High School

    • Wednesday, October 13, 2021: SAT School Day - 12th grade scholars 
    • Wednesday, October 13, 2021: PSAT - 9th, 10th, and 11th grade scholars

    We are pleased to offer this opportunity to all scholars so that ...  

    • You are comfortable and confident by testing in a familiar place.  
    • You don’t have to worry about logistics of getting you to a test center.  
    • No one has to worry about weekend conflicts or disrupting family time!  


    Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy 

    Prepare for PSAT and SAT success with Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy® at satpractice.org. It is the best way to get ready for the PSAT and SAT, and it’s free! Start today to get personalized, world-class practice with thousands of practice problems, hundreds of hours of video instruction, and official practice tests. It is tailored for you, focusing on exactly what you need to practice the most. 

    How to link College Board and Khan Academy Accounts

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    SAT Fee Waivers for Future Assessments

    After PSAT and SAT School day, 11th and 12th grade scholars may be eligible to have a fee waiver applied to his\her College Board account by the Assessment Coordinator if the following criteria are met:

    The scholar takes the SAT on SAT School Day 

    Your scholar qualifies for free or reduced lunch. Please click on or copy and paste the link below into your browser to complete a Free and Reduced Priced Meal Application. 


    Approval for free or reduced lunch is the only form of verification that the Assessment Coordinator can use to determine eligibility for this benefit.



    College Board is dedicated to ensuring that students with disabilities receive appropriate accommodations on their tests. Each year, the College Board Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) office receives over 200,000 requests for accommodations from students with disabilities, of which the vast majority are approved. Accommodations ensure that assessments measure a student’s knowledge, not their disability, and all students have access to the assessments. Accommodations may modify the test timing, setting, or materials. Some examples of accommodations are braille, large-print tests, and extended time. Many others exist. In addition to accommodations for students with disabilities, College Board offers an assortment of supports for English learner (EL) students participating in select assessments. 

    To request accommodations for a documented disability on College Board tests, please email Mr. Haire at hairer@fultonschools.org. When emailing him please provide the following information: a) scholar full name, b) Scholar ID number, c) accommodations to be requested , and d) a signed copy of the parental consent form (can be signed and emailed as a picture until we return to school).


    If you would like to request accommodations without the school’s involvement, this can be done by using a paper Student Eligibility form (available on www.collegeboard.org/ssd). However, families usually save time and get quicker responses when they collaborate with the school. 

    To ensure your scholar’s accommodations are approved by the College Board before SAT School Day, please contact Mr. Haire today (hairer@fultonschools.org). 


    College Board Account 

    To ensure you are able to view you PSAT and SAT scores as soon as they are available, please ensure that you create a College Board Account.  

    Please click on or copy and paste the link below into your browser to complete a College Board Account.  


    Please do not create multiple accounts. If you forgotten which email address, you used to create an account, or if you already have multiple accounts, please contact College Board customer service at 866-315-6068. 


    Frequently Asked Questions

    How do I register my scholar for the PSAT or SAT?

    PSAT - Scholars do not have to register for the PSAT assessment. 

    SAT - Senior scholars will need to register for the SAT assessment. Please register for the SAT using the following link: SAT School Day Sign Up


    Can my scholar bring a calculator?

    Yes. Langston Hughes will strictly adhere to College Board’s Calculator Policy. Please click on the link below to review College Board's calculator policy and to review a list of approved calculators.



    What time should my scholar arrive?

    To ensure testing starts and ends on time, scholars must be seated in their testing room no later than 8:15 A.M. Unfortunately, scholars who arrive late will not be allowed to enter testing rooms.

    Starting the PSAT or SAT late will impact our scholars’ ability to complete the assessment and will cause delays in transportation that will have a negative impact on our clusters elementary and middle school evening dismissals.

    What is my scholar's testing room number?

    Scholars in 9th, 10th, and 11th grade will take the PSAT in their homeroom classes. Seniors taking the SAT will be assigned a testing room. Testing groups will be shared once registration for SAT is closed. 


    Should you have any questions, please contact Mr. Haire at hairer@fultonschools.org.