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There are basically two types of standardized college entrance tests and you should understand the difference between them before deciding which one is right for you. We can help explain the differences to you so you can choose to take either one or both.
- Why and when to take the PSAT, SAT, SAT II, ACT & PLAN.
- TACHS, SSAT, HSPT, ISEE classes and individual sessions.
- We teach test strategies that work for all levels and abilities.
Standardized College Entrance Tests
The details below are a brief description of the differences.
SAT and ACT
While not all schools require the SAT or ACT, the majority do. Along with your GPA, transcript and recommendation, these tests can be key to admittance to the college of your choice.
The “Pre” SAT test. Basically the same test but given as a preparation test.
Subject Tests – (formerly SAT II: Subject Tests)
Designed to measure knowledge and skills in particular subject areas, as well as ability to apply that knowledge.
Advanced Placement Tests
After completion of the AP course(s) in Junior and/or Senior year, these culminating exams are given in May.
Further test information available at:
College Board site – http://www.collegeboard.com
ACT Site: http://www.act.org