California: Testing Out of HS

For 16 year olds or younger:
CHSPE
http://www.chspe.net/
https://www.chspe.net/registration/form/
http://www.testprepreview.com/chspe_practice.htm

Step 1: Register for March 16, 2013 by February 12 2013
Dates of tests and registration deadlines: 

http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sp/chspedates.asp

Test Date
(Saturday Morning)

Regular Registration Deadline 
(Receipt Date)
Late Registration Deadline 
(Receipt Date)
Emergency Registration Deadline
(Receipt Date)
Results Mailed
October 20, 2012September 21, 2012October 5, 2012October 16, 2012November 27, 2012
March 16, 2013February 15, 2013March 1, 2013March 12, 2013April 19, 2013
June 15, 2013May 17, 2013May 31, 2013June 11, 2013July 19, 2013
Community College Deadlines    

Registration Dates for All Summer Students: May 9 - June 17
Registration Dates for All Fall Students: May 9 - August 19

Online Universities








Reed College:
http://www.reed.edu/apply/applying_to_reed/index.html#transfer

Admission application deadlines

Applications Due
(postmarked by)
Decisions Mailed
(for complete applications)
Deadline to Request Optional Interview
First-year admission:
Early Decision INovember 15December 15October 25
Early Decision IIDecember 20February 1December 1
Regular DecisionJanuary 15late MarchJanuary 1
TransferMarch 1by May 15March 1

Requirements:

Transfer applicants should submit the Common Application and application fee ($50) no later than March 1. Transfer applicants must submit the following:

  • The Common Application Transfer Application Form (online or in paper form) with transfer personal essay - To submit the application online, go to www.commonapp.org and follow instructions for applying to Reed. Be sure to submit all other required materials as listed below. If you submit your application online, do not also send a printed copy.
  • Application fee ($50)
  • College Official’s Report - Follow the instructions on the form available for download at www.commonapp.org.
  • Final high school transcript - Have your high school send an official copy of your high school transcript showing graduation date. If you attended more than one high school, have an official transcript sent from each school attended. If you were home-schooled, be sure to read the home-school guidelines later in these instructions. If applicable, send an official copy of your GED scores or state high school completion certificate.
  • College transcripts - Submit official copies of transcripts from all the colleges you have attended.
  • SAT or ACT test scores - If not recorded on your official high school transcript, these scores must be sent to Reed by the testing agency. SAT or ACT scores do not expire and are required of all transfer applicants without exception.
  • Two instructor evaluations - Ask two college instructors to write your recommendation letters. If you cannot supply two college instructor evaluations, email appcoordinator@reed.edu for additional information.
  • Reed application supplement form with essays - In addition to the transfer personal essay on the Common Application, be sure to prepare and send the following required essays with your full name written on each essay:
  1. “Why Reed?” essay - Reed is a unique and exciting college experience. Discuss the reasons you believe Reed would be an appropriate place to continue your education.
  2. Writing sample - Submit a photocopy of a recently written analytical or expository paper (in the English language) with grade and/or instructor’s comments. Lab reports do not fulfill this requirement.
  3. If you are not currently enrolled in college, please submit a brief statement addressing what you have been doing since last enrolled in formal schooling.
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