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The future architectural technician who is still in high school can prepare for college by taking the following classes: drafting, computer skills, geometry, trigonometry, physics, art, and art history. A high school diploma or GED is required to apply for a college program in architectural technology. Community colleges may not require the SAT or ACT, although including scores from a test may enhance an application. Technology programs at four-year institutions may require SAT or ACT scores. Students should see a high school guidance counselor for accurate information on required tests for each college. Entrance examinations and college applications should be completed as early as possible in the senior year of high school.