MARCH 2016: How School is Getting Cheaper
New KOMMET, the PreACT, scandals, press announcments, acceptance emails: March was a big 4 weeks in the world of institution admissions along with standardized assessment! Let’s sing right on on.
#NewSAT? More like #ClownCollege
The New LAY was finally administered the first time this month. The reaction? Students seemed to think that the maths section will be harder versus old SAT’s math section, but the vital reading area is around the same or better than the good old version. Learners also don’t you agree that it was an extended and tedious test, although according to a good survey produced by the College Deck, students preferred the New LAY by a 6th to 1 markup over the ancient test. And learn more student typical reactions and see some interesting data, check out this specific post all of us did covering what young people thought about the newest SAT.
The New Participant in Town: The PreACT
You might have perhaps heard of often the PSAT, that is a shorter type of the HID that trainees typically carry during their sophomore year excellent for school. At this time there hasn’t been an equal version for those ACT nevertheless. This month REACT Inc. declared that they will be releasing the PreACT: a faster version with the ACT for graduating high school sophomores for taking. Sound familiar? It appears to be quite clear how the ACT made the test in order to compete with the actual PSAT. For more information about the PreACT, you can take a meandering the ACT’s PreACT website page. Continue reading “MARCH 2016: How School is Getting Cheaper”