Both the ACT and College Board have announced new testing dates after cancelling May and June testing due to COVID-19. In addition, several colleges announce going test optional for upcoming admissions cycle.
On October 8th, ACT announced significant changes that will take effect in September 2020. These changes include section retesting, digital (instead of paper) testing, and superscore reporting. While these changes can greatly benefit ACT test takers, the implementation of the changes could prove to be difficult.
As you start the college search and application process, a key element in this endeavor is preparing for and taking the college entrance exam – the SAT. We’ve compiled a list of 7 things that you can do to improve your test scores and improving the odds of being accepted into the college of your choice.
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