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SAT vs. ACT
ACT Score is out of 36
SAT Score is out of 1600
The Math section in both tests cover material from 6 different courses (Algebra1, Algebra2, Pre-Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics)
The ACT includes: 4 sections: English, Math, Reading, Science.
The SAT includes: Reading, Writing and Language, 2 sections of Math (one with a calculator and one without).
SAT - Vocabulary and more advanced critical reading skills.
ACT - more straightforward but much faster.
SAT - Basic Algebra, Geometry, a few advanced concepts, more graphs
ACT - topics covered on the SAT + more advanced topics and Trigonometry
Both tests cover basic and advanced grammatical skills
ACT - Reading comprehension, charts and graphs.
SAT - No Science section.
SAT - is more complex and requires critical thinking skills.
ACT - is More straightforward but much faster.
* Essay is optional for both tests.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: When to start preparing for the SAT or ACT ?
A: The sooner the better. Studies have shown that students who start preparing in advance score higher. I recommend to start preparing in Mid year of 10th grade and be fully prepared to take either one of the tests by the end of the summer before 11th grade.
Q: Do universities prefer one test over the other ?
A: Universities have no preference and they accept scores from both tests.
Q: How many times should a student take the SAT or ACT ?
A: A student can take the tests as many times as possible until the desired score is achieved. A student can then choose which scores to submit to the universities he/she applies to.
Q: Does a student need to be strong in Science to be able to complete the Science Section in the ACT ?
A: Very basic knowledge of Science is required. The Science Section on the ACT actually tests your data analysis skills. In other words, it tests your ability to find trends and patterns when analyzing data presented in graphs and charts.
Q: How many hours should be spent to prepare for the ACT or SAT?
A: Other than taking our ACT/SAT Prep course, I recommend spending at least 100-150 hours preparing for either test including taking 5-6 full practice exams for a period of 2-3 months.
Regardless of which test is selected, the student should be fully committed when preparing for the test!
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