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As a new college admissions cycle gets underway with the launch of the 2024 CommonApplication on Tuesday, August 1, a new tally shows that a record 85% of U.S. bachelor’sdegree-granting colleges and universities will not require ACT or SAT scores from recent highschool graduates seeking to enroll in Fall 2024. According to the National Center Read More

SAT/ACT Scores Comparison Worksheet

Cigus Vanni of The College Fairy LLC annually compiles average SAT/ACT scores for studentsm who enrolled at most US Colleges & Universities. He has compiled data from 2020, 2022 and recently updated with 2023 data. Lisa Dubuque, a Counselor at Headwaters School in Austin, TX then puts that data into an easy to access/use spreadsheet. Read More

The College Board is taking the SAT 100% Digital

The College Board announced that the SAT test will be going all digital. In November 2021, College Board piloted the digital SAT in the U.S. and internationally; 80% of students responded that they found it to be less stressful and 100% of educators reported having a positive experience. What’s Changing “The digital SAT will be Read More

Average SAT Score by State

List of All Average State SAT Scores Here are the most recent average SAT scores for all 50 states as well as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. Find your area below and see how your SAT score compares with your region’s average! State Participation Rate EBRW Math Total Alabama Read More

Key URL Links for the SAT, PSAT, and ACT

Here are some quick links if you are looking for information on the SAT, PSAT or ACT: PSAT and Scholarship Information This site gives extensive information on the PSAT and the National Merit Scholarship. SAT Prep. This site is helpful in preparing and registering for the S.A.T. exam. SAT Link – Services for Read More

Plan Ahead for the SAT and ACT

Going to college is an exciting opportunity, but the application process, especially the testing, can be stressful. Planning ahead for the SAT and ACT will help your students minimize the stress and maximize their test scores. These tips for each year of high school will help your students set themselves up for success. Tips by Read More

The College Board announces the SAT will drop Essay and Subject Tests

The main SAT, taken by generations of high school students applying to college, consists of two sections, one for math and the other for reading and writing. But since at least the 1960s, students have also had the option of taking subject tests to show their mastery of subjects like history, languages and chemistry. Colleges Read More

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