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Helping your child choose between the new SAT & the new ACT is not as simple as "take one of each & see what happens!"  Find out more about each section below!

WRITING SAT/ACT Compared

READING SAT/ACT Compared

MATH SAT/ACT COMPARED

Significant changes in the SAT & the ACT have been implemented, with ongoing minor upgrades continuing to be made.  Test date changes -- such as allowing summer testing -- mean that your student has the advantage of many new choices for college prep standardized tests.  However, as with all great opportunities, there are significant and added responsibilities if one is to make an optimal choice in test taking for the season.  Your answers to the questions below are potential indicators of which test to take, and when.  We begin coaching our students from the beginning of Freshman year to be ready at the appropriate time for the appropriate test, to consider making the commitment to a solid PSAT scores (& subsequent scholarship potential), and to be ready in a planful, low-stress way to optimize potential scores...  Take the time to get an idea of what is ahead, and set up a one hour consultation to help develop a plan.

                  Does your child do best with adequate time to think through problem sets or reading comprehension,
                      and feel rushed with time constraints?

                  Is your student a superior math student, who will have completed Pre-Calc with some statistics work,
                       OR better yet, AB Calc and statistics by March 2016? 

                  Does he or she work better with or without a calculator?

                  Will your student have completed Algebra II with Trigonometry, and enjoys science?

                  Has your student not yet completed Algebra II, but enjoys reading?

                  Will your child have completed AP World, AP US History or AP English?

                  Is your child's extra curricular schedule particularly heavy at one season or another during the year? 

                  Is your child a superior test-taker, and likely to need a score above 2100 (old SAT format) to apply
                       to his or her schools of choice?

                  Is English a second language for your child?

                 Do you consider your child's vocabulary as a strong suit?

                 Is your student likely to be a National Merit Commended test-taker?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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