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The ACT® Assessment is a widely accepted college admissions test that assesses high school students’ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The multiple-choice tests cover four skill areas: English, math, reading, and science. The ACT composite score is on a scale of 1 – 36 for all four sections. The writing test, which is optional, measures skill in planning and writing a short essay. Check each prospective college’s requirements to see if you must take the ACT Writing test. A number of factors affect the decision about when to take the ACT test. Waiting until your senior year may be too late. Testing in the spring of the junior year gives time to take the test a second time. Visit the ACT website for more information:
The SAT Reasoning Test is the most widely used and most rigorously researched college admissions test. Virtually every college accepts the SAT as a measure of the critical thinking skills students need for academic success in college. The SAT assesses how well students analyze and solve problems – skills learned in school that are needed in college. The test also provides an independent measure of a student’s college readiness. Students will be asked to write an essay that measures skills in developing and expressing a point of view on an issue. Multiple-choice questions assess one’s ability to use Standard English language. The critical reading section includes extended reasoning, literal comprehension, and vocabulary used in context. The math section measures a student’s mastery of mathematical concepts and reasoning skills. It includes topics typically covered in three years of college prep math. The SAT test is scored on a 200 to 800 scale for each of the three sections: Writing, Critical Reading, and Math. Looking for more information?
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Academic advisors and counselors at your college or technical school use your ACCUPLACER test results to help place you in classes that match your skill level. ACCUPLACER tests help identify your knowledge, strength, and needs in math, reading, and writing. Along with information about your academic background, goals, and interests, your ACCUPLACER results help you choose courses that match your skill level and give you the best opportunities for success.
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