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Answers to our most frequently asked questions are below.
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A lot of changes have recently occurred with the ACT & SAT tests. We have outlined our most frequently asked questions and updates. We hope this will better help you and your student with your preparations.
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This means that some colleges and universities will not require the ACT or SAT to be submitted for admittance. At some schools, this means simply that all students or students with a certain GPA don’t have to submit their scores. Some colleges will still look at test scores if you choose to submit them, won’t hold it against you if you choose not to submit them. It’s always best for a student to have their best test scores available in order to apply to certain programs or colleges at universities. Test scores may also be required for certain scholarships or to pursue degrees down the road.
It’s best to keep your student prepping for the test until an official announcement has been made. The last thing we want is for your student to stop preparing and then realize they will end up taking their test without enough preparation. Adjustments to a schedule can always be made the day an announcement is made.
We suggest you continue to check this page for all the latest updates to standardized testing. In addition, you may find helpful information at these other sites:
College Board: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat
Our Director of Instruction, Rachel Liveris, would be happy to answer any questions you have about standardized testing. Just give us a call at 847-416-4500 or email Rachel directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.