Academic Year 2015-16 is going to bring with it many changes to the world of SAT and ACT. Below is the timeline of impending changes and our recommendation for how students can position themselves to minimize the impact of all the changes and stay on track with your college goals.
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These exams are one component of Pennsylvania’s new system of high school graduation requirements.
For the Academic Year 2014-15, testing dates are:
As with anything else, you have many options available for test preparation. Making the right choice is a critical time and money decision. Your student deserves a serious, fact-based consideration in picking the right training course.
At Chyten, we are all about big numbers, particularly those on your SAT / ACT test scores. We deliver these numbers by having the lowest number of students per class compared to any other test preparatory class in our region.
Offered by the same organization that administers SAT, AP courses are a good way to develop college-level academic skills, impress College Admissions Counselors, and earn college credits. SAT Subject Tests are 1-hour long multiple choice tests in a particular subject.
SAT Subject Tests – Depending upon the subject, there may not be a lot of difference between readiness for the AP Test and the SAT Subject Test. However, taking an AP course is not a pre-requisite for taking an SAT Subject Test. Students who are taking honors-level courses can also take SAT Subject Tests and do well. SAT Subject Tests are offered on the dates regular SAT is offered, except for the March SAT.