When it comes to standardized testing, it is helpful to analyze your child’s scores relative to the schools he or she is interested in applying to. Here is a sampling of median SAT scores from 2016 at some of the most highly selective colleges and universities in the U.S. (scores are listed in a 25th – … Continue reading Median SAT scores at top U.S. universities
With classes and final exams wrapping up for the year, rising juniors and seniors should begin to map out a plan for standardized testing. For students taking the SAT, August 26 is the next available testing date (registration is due by July 28; students receive exam scores by September 15). For rising seniors, this test date … Continue reading Preparing for the August SAT
Both the SAT & ACT have announced new summer testing dates! This year the SAT will offer a new August 26 testing date. The registration deadline is July 17. This August testing date will also provide students with an oppurtunity to take the following SAT Subject Tests: Literature U.S. History World History Mathematics Level 1 Mathematics … Continue reading SAT & ACT offering new summer test dates
Heading into 2017, students planning to take the SAT and/or ACT should be aware of upcoming test dates and registration deadlines. The exams are offered seven and six times per year, respectively. Here is a look at some of the upcoming test dates in 2017: SAT test dates & deadlines: January 21 (register by December 21) March … Continue reading Upcoming 2017 SAT & ACT test dates
Reminder: The next ACT testing date is February 6, 2016. The ACT is a college admissions achievement test that measures a student’s knowledge of academic subjects through multiple-choice questions. It is comprised of five subject areas: English, Math, Reading, Science, and Writing. All five components are mandatory except the ACT writing component, which is an … Continue reading What are the pros and cons of the ACT?