MARCH 2016: How School is Getting More Affordable
New POSED, the PreACT, scandals, pr releases, acceptance words: March was a big month in the world of university admissions and also standardized examining! Let’s scuba right on on.
#NewSAT? More like #ClownCollege
The New SAT was as a final point administered at last this month. The response? Students seemed to think that the math section can be harder than the old SAT’s math spot, but the essential reading portion is around the same or easier than the good old version. Pupils also agreed that it was an extensive and exhaustion test, still according to your survey produced by the College Panel, students chosen the New SITTING by a 6th to 1 difference over the previous test. And learn more student response and see some interesting research, check out this unique post we tend to did addressing what trainees thought about the New SAT.
The New Person in Town: Typically the PreACT
You might have perhaps heard of typically the PSAT, a shorter variant of the HID that young people typically acquire during their sophomore year of high school. Now there hasn’t been a comparable version for those ACT yet still. This month ACTION Inc. published that they will release the PreACT: a short version of the ACT for high school graduation sophomores to have. Sound familiar? It appears to be quite clear the fact that the ACT came up with test for you to compete with the particular PSAT. To learn more about the PreACT, you can take a short look at the ACT’s PreACT site. Continue reading “MARCH 2016: How School is Getting More Affordable”