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Need to take New York State Regents Examinations this month?

Next week, the State’s Regents exams are scheduled on Monday, January 22 – Thursday, January 25.

To summarize, Regents exams are used by the State to measure New York students’ mastery and understanding of what they are learning in school. To earn a standard high school diploma (Regents diploma) from any high school based in New York State, students must score a 65 or higher on at least five Regents exams.

For many of our students, performing well on next week’s Regents exams can mean the difference between graduating from high school at the end of June and staying in school throughout the summer and into the new school year. For others, great Regents scores open up students’ opportunities for advanced classes, honors programs, and other in-school activities.

Next week’s State’s Regents schedule will be as follows:

Regents Exam Schedule: January 2018
Monday, January 22 9:15 a.m.

  • English Language Arts
  • RCT in Mathematics

1:15 p.m.

  • Living Environment
  • RCT in U.S. History & Government
Tuesday, January 23 9:15 a.m.

  • U.S. History & Government
  • Geometry

1:15 p.m.

  • Algebra I
  • RCT in Writing
Wednesday, January 24 9:15 a.m.

  • Global History & Geography
  • Physical Setting/Physics
  • RCT in Reading

1:15 p.m.

  • Algebra II
  • RCT in Science
Thursday, January 25 9:15 a.m.

  • Physical Setting/Earth Science
  • Physical Setting/Chemistry
  • RCT in Global Studies
Abbreviations:
RCT = Regents Competency Test
(RCTs are taken by students with I.E.P.s and/or Section 504 plans)

Students who need to take any of next week’s Regents exams should speak with their guidance counselors or contact the main office of any City high school to learn more.

On behalf of the DOE, we wish all of our Regents-taking students TONS OF SUCCESS on their exams this month!

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