I’ve had conversations with high school students from India to South Korea, and they all want to attend a university in the U.S. And for good reason: the U.S. maintains the most attractive university system in the world. Our universities attract the best professors, who are doing the most innovative and well-funded research in the world. The facilities are top-notch, and aspiring students have a wide array of degrees to choose from.
Both the SAT test and ACT test have a fascinating history. Here is an overview of who created these tests, why they were created, and how they have changed over the years.
Are you preparing to take the SAT? If so, the following overview can help you know what to expect on your test day and enable you to adequately prepare for the SAT beforehand, so you hit your target score.
The SAT and the PSAT have a number of similarities. Both tests are created by the College Board, and both tests cover basic subjects such as reading, writing, and math. However, there are important differences between these two tests that test-takers should be aware of.
Before they take the SAT or ACT, one thing many students want to know is how it’s going to be scored. How much is each section worth? Is there a curve? What should I do if I don’t know an answer? If you’re planning to take the ACT or SAT, this post will walk you through how points are assigned on both tests and how to tackle difficult questions.