sat vs act picHere’s how to interpret your teen’s 60 Second ACT vs. SAT AssessmentTM: results:

  1. Count the number of A choices and B choices. The A choices refer to SAT; the B choices to the ACT.
  2. If the scores are 6 and 5, take the test that scored the 6 first, but definitely consider taking the other exam sooner than later.
  3. If the scores are 7+ leaning toward one test, focus on taking that exam at least twice. Taking the other test should be a very remote option.

NOTE: If your teen has not taken the assessment, it’s available here. Please make sure you do not share the above until AFTER completion so as not to skew the results.

If you desire additional confirmation, I would recommend scheduling your complimentary Test Prep Strategy Session or call 301.299.4380. In the session, I will use other assessments and profiles to drill down even more. I will also help you to create a time table for taking the exam(s), predict a realistic score goal, as well as recommend the optimum number of tutorial hours to achieve that score goal.

BONUS: I am here during the break, so if you are, it’s a great opportunity to take advantage of this time to begin preparation. Your teen can start learning how to improve reading speed and comprehension, as well as read a selection from my Recommended Reading List. Also, any student who signs up before 12.31.15, will be able to get a significant holiday prepayment discount!

I also want to take a moment to wish all of my readers, present and former parents and students a very happy and healthy new year.  Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to work with your student – what a gift!


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