Update: This post contains data on Harvard SAT Scores based on Harvard’s class of 2020. So You Want to Go to Harvard… You dream of singing the fight song as the Harvard Crimson thrash Yale at Harvard Stadium. You want to join the ranks of such notable alumni as FDR, Bill Gates, and Conan O’Brien. […]
Hello, Magooshers, and welcome back. This spring the SAT underwent a lot of changes. The essay became optional. 1600 was once again the highest score possible. Last, but not least, the College Board promised that questions would more closely reflect what high school students like yourself were learning in school. The spring testing session has […]
College application season is coming up fast. In this article, learn everything you need to know about getting SAT score reports to the UC of your dreams.
The new SAT may be over, but the wait has just begun. March 5, 2016 SAT scores will be released May 10, 2016, later than normal. Find out why.
As you prepare for the SAT, you’re probably thinking a lot about your target SAT score. This is certainly important, but there’s another number you may want to think about as well, your percentile.
Although much has been written comparing and contrasting the New and Old SAT, the New SAT and the ACT, and every other conceivable combination, there’s been relatively little discussion of the behind-the-scenes repercussions of having a brand new test.
The highest score on the Redesigned SAT is now 1600, not 2400. But there’s more to the story; here’s what you need to know about highest scores on the SAT.
If you took the January 23rd SAT (and weren’t affected by snow closures), then your score report just became available. Which means you are probably having some feelings right now. Let’s discuss.
Need to convert your ACT scores to New SAT scores and compare them to Old SAT Scores? We’ve created this conversion chart based on the latest, official information from the College Board and ACT to help!
This is a question I get a lot from parents wondering whether their child should take the SAT as a junior or wait until senior year. The thing is, colleges don’t give preferential treatment to those who take the SAT at a younger age. A junior’s 1800 isn’t any different from a senior’s 1800. Let’s get specific…