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Testing Office

The major activity of the Testing Office is centered around promoting and administering Michigan State University's MSU-CELC and MSU-CELP English language examinations in Northern Greece.

The office is also responsible for administering a number of standardized university entrance examinations in Northern Greece, including the following:

PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test)

The Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test is held once a year in the third week of October primarily for Anatolia College students. Students from other schools in the region may apply to take this test if they declare their interest in early September and if there are sufficient examination materials available. The test is designed to give prospective candidates for U.S. universities an idea of their state of preparedness in relation to the Scholastic Assessment Tests (SAT Reasoning and SAT Subject Tests), which are required for entry to U.S. universities and which may be taken in their junior and senior years at school.

SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test: Reasoning Test & Subject Tests)

The Scholastic Assessment Tests (SAT, SAT with essay and SAT Subject Tests) are administered at Anatolia College five times a year in October, November, December, January and May. The SAT Subject Test (Language Tests with Listening) is administered only once a year in November. Students who intend applying for admission to U.S. universities are usually required to take these exams. For more details, visit: www.ets.org

Other

The Testing Office administers examinations on behalf of other examination boards, educational institutions or professional bodies when requested and subsequently authorized to do so.

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