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SAT Conversion To ACT | Quick Guide

The SAT and ACT are closer than ever, in terms of design and subject matter. However, the score scales are still different. Here then is a quick SAT conversion to ACT score guide to help understand scoring better. Here’s a quick breakdown of why SAT scores can help you get scholarship money. SAT Conversion To ACT – Why People Care Students often want to know how their SAT scores would…

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Do Colleges Prefer SAT or ACT Scores?

The SAT or ACT? Which one should I take? Do colleges prefer SAT or ACT scores? Again, we’re asked these questions, a lot. Do colleges prefer SAT or ACT scores? Really, which one do they want more? Don’t worry, we’re here to answer those questions here. For further reference, here’s how to break down SAT scores vs ACT scores. There’s Really No Preference The idea is that colleges prefer the…

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SAT vs ACT Major Differences

After the 2016 SAT redesign, both the SAT and ACT are closer than ever in terms of content and format. However, there are still a few key differences remaining between these two standardized test formats. Here are a few SAT vs ACT major differences to be aware of when considering which test to ultimately focus your time and studies on. Let us help you prepare for standardized tests with our…

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Should You Take The SAT and ACT

We’ve had plenty of high school students message us and ask “should you take the SAT and ACT?” Because this is a common question with a not-so-simple answer, we wanted to take a minute now to address it once and for all to help you decide for yourself. Here are both pros and cons of taking the SAT and ACT simultaneously, questions you should answer first before making that decision,…

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Should Your Student Treat The ACT/SAT As A Class?

With the school year fast approaching, it’s time for your student to begin thinking about how to prepare for the ACT and/or SAT. One question that we regularly receive at Prep Expert and Synocate is: “Should my student treat the ACT and/or SAT the same as they do a class?” [sat_one] It’s a great question and one that we feel confident answering as part of two of the fastest-growing education…

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