Test Information


EOC Review

District review websites have been created for students to use for all of the high school EOC subjects: Algebra, Geometry, Biology and US History. Go to the following link to view review websites:

EOC Review

The following is a list of tests available to students in Escambia County. Waivers may be available for required fees.

PERT: Postsecondary Education Readiness Test

PERT is used by 28 Florida colleges to assess readiness to take college level math and English.

The cost is $10 at Pensacola State College. A test referral form is required from your counselor.

Click here to go to BestInClass PERT Readiness: Instructions and Practice.

Click here to go to PERT Study Guide.

Click here to go to PERT Sample test.

Required Tests

EOC - End of Course Exams

End of Course Exams are given in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, US History, and Biology.

EOC exams are worth 30% of a student's FINAL grade. Credit will not be awarded until the EOC scores have been released.

All students MUST pass the Algebra 1 EOC to earn their diploma.

PLAN - Preliminary American College Testing

  • Administered at Grade 10
  • Funded for all students
  • Identifies student academic strengths
  • Four major parts: academic tests, interest inventory, study skills assessment, student information

Optional Tests

ACT - National College Admission Examination

ACT Dates and Information

College-bound students may take as part of entrance requirements
Measures performance in English, mathematics, reading and science reasoning
Basic fee $37.50
Register online at www.actstudent.org or pickup a packet in guidance.

AP - Advanced Placement Examination
  • For academically talented students, specifically those enrolled in AP courses
  • Tests given in May
  • May earn college credit
ASVAB - Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery

Testing date is in the month of November
Given to juniors and/or seniors
Given at local high schools
No cost
Register in guidance

PSAT/NMSQT - Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test and National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test

Testing date is in the month of October
For college-bound juniors; sophomores may take for practice
Tests in mathematics and English
Academically talented students compete for National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist standing
Fee: $13.00

SAT - Scholastic Aptitude Test of College Board Tests

College-bound students may take as part of entrance requirements
Required for consideration as National Merit Scholarship Finalist
Measures performance in mathematics, English, and writing
Basic fee $48.00 for all students
Register on line at www.collegeboard.com or pick up packet in guidance