SAT vs ACT

Did you know that most colleges do not have a preference which test (SAT or ACT) that a student submits? Did you know that some students will do considerably better on the ACT than the SAT?

Some colleges have chosen to be test optional which means a student does not have to submit their scores to be considered for acceptance. This can benefit a student who has a strong grade point average but does not do well on tests. Here’s a link to see the list of colleges who are test optional http://www.fairtest.org/university/optional

If your student will be taking the SAT and/or the ACT, fill out the form below and we’ll email you a report of key ways the SAT or ACT differ.

SAT vs ACT infographic about timing and scoring

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