Are My Teen’s SAT or ACT Scores Good Enough?

Are My Teen’s SAT or ACT Scores Good Enough?

Students are typically confused about knowing whether their SAT or ACT test scores are good enough. The best way to begin to find this out is to take your scores and go to websites like www.CollegeSimply.com or www.Cappex.com, Let’s begin by viewing the concordance tables from the Collegeboard which provide the correlation between the two exams. (ALL schools accept both SAT and ACT scores.) Concordance Between ACT Composite Score and SAT Critical Reading, Math & Writing Score ACT Composite      SAT Reading/writing & Math        36                             1600 35                             1570 34                             1540 33                             1500 32                             1470 31        ...
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When and How to Find Out Your Teen’s SAT Scores

When and How to Find Out Your Teen’s SAT Scores

Since the new SAT was released in March, 2016 it has taken a lot longer for scores to come out. (The March test took almost two months!) The May 6, June 3, and August 26 exams will take almost four to six weeks to be released:  June 7, July 11, and September 15 respectively. But good news! Check out this recent post on the College Board website: New SAT Score Release Policies We’re making changes to help students and institutions get scores more quickly. Here’s what you need to know about the 2017-18 school year: October, November, December, March, and May from the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math sections will be released about two weeks after test day. Students will receive emails when those multiple-choice scores are ready. Students who take the SAT with Essay will get those scores five days after their multiple-choice scores become available. After students receive all their scores, you’ll see their reports in the K–12 portal...
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