Student Services
College Guidance

Standardized Testing

Standardized testing is part of the application process for many colleges and universities throughout the country. Woodlynde offers both SAT and ACT testing throughout the school year for students who qualify for certain accommodations. The director of college guidance addresses the standardized testing accommodations process and structure at College Guidance parent presentations at various points in the year, but should you or your student have any questions in regards to obtaining accommodations, please contact the director of college guidance directly.

***Testing accommodations for the SAT and ACT can only be obtained with recent psychoeducational testing within 3-5 years.

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  • SAT

    The SAT is a reasoning test that provides colleges with a way to compare the academic preparation and ability of students who apply for admission. Each section is scored separately. The scores range from 200-800. The SAT features critical reading and mathematics sections, with an optional essay section.
  • ACT

    The ACT is an alternative to the SAT. It is more subjective in terms of how the questions are presented. This test features English, Math, Reading, and Science reasoning sections, with an optional essay section. 
To best determine which standardized exam your student should take, please contact the director of college guidance.

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    Jason Hoffman 

    Director of College Guidance, Wilson® Dyslexia Practitioner

SAT Dates

The SAT will be offered at Woodlynde School on the upcoming dates for students with certain approved accommodations:
  • May 4
  • June 1

ACT Dates

The ACT will be offered at Woodlynde School on the upcoming dates for students with certain approved accommodations:
  • April 13
  • June 8
  • July 13
Woodlynde School is a private, co-ed college prep day school located in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that serves intelligent, talented students with learning differences in grades K - 12. Woodlynde provides a comprehensive, evidence-based Kindergartenelementarymiddle and high school program in a challenging yet nurturing environment for students with average to above average cognitive abilities (IQ) who have language- or math-based learning differences (such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia or Dyscalculia), Executive Function Challenges, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or Auditory Processing Disorder. Even for those students without a diagnosed learning disability (LD), Woodlynde offers expert and caring teachers in small classroom settings that support academic success. Woodlynde School also offers a post-graduate (PG) program in partnership with Rosemont College as well as a regional Summer Camp for students who learn differently.