MARCH 2016: How University or college is Getting Inexpensive

MARCH 2016: How University or college is Getting Inexpensive

New SEATED, the PreACT, scandals, blogging, acceptance mail: March must have been a big thirty day period in the world of school admissions plus standardized screening! Let’s dance right on with.

#NewSAT? More like #ClownCollege

The New LAY was ultimately administered at last this month. The reaction? Students seemed to think that the math section is usually harder in comparison to the old SAT’s math segment, but the essential reading portion is around a similar or simplier and easier than the previous version. Students also agreed that it was long and strenious test, nonetheless according to a new survey done by the College Table, students recommended the New SAT by a 4 to 1 perimeter over the previous test. To read more student response and see a few interesting information, check out that post people did guaranteeing what young people thought about the fresh new SAT.

The New Bettor in Town: Often the PreACT

You might have perhaps heard of typically the PSAT, a shorter version of the POSED that scholars typically take on during their sophomore year great for school. There hasn’t been an equivalent version for that ACT however. This month ACTION Inc. released that they will release the PreACT: a shorter version of the ACT for high school sophomores to consider. Sound familiar? Seems like quite clear that ACT come up with test that will compete with typically the PSAT. For more information about the PreACT, you can take a peek the ACT’s PreACT website. Continue reading