The N.J. High Schools With Best SAT Scores
New Jersey's public high schools get a very high SAT score last year. In average, they get 1,075 out of 1,600. However, lots of schools posted significantly more impressive scores: there are 19 high schools higher than 1,300, and 5 above 1,400.
Oregon Students Outpace National Average
Guess who is better in changed SAT exam? Oregon’s scores continue to outpace the national average. The context for scores is complicated: for Oregon, reading scores are the same as before, while math and writing dipped slightly.
Tutors See Stereotypes and Gender Bias in SAT
The concerns are fuelling a debate on Facebook and in private emails. They start to argue whether the test items were sufficiently vetted for gender bias, or say the exam was fair to female students.
I Took The SAT Here Is What I Learned
I wanted to understand what the test was like, so I took the math test with my daughter–three times. On three successive weekends, we each took one of the practice tests...
Free SAT plan will help RI students
The plan to provide free, in-school SAT testing in Governor Raimondo's 2017 budget opens a new door for students to go to college.
U.S. Need to Crack Down on SAT Cheats Overseas
SAT cheats is becoming a homeland security issue of USA. A congressman called on departments of Washington to address whether foreign students are getting into American with illegally qualify for U.S. visas by fake SAT scores.
Khan Academy College Board create an SAT practice program
In describing the new collaboration with the Khan, College Board leaders predicted that it would “level the playing field” by providing all youngsters, regardless of income, access to the type of high-quality prep that affluent families buy from private companies and tutors.
Five SAT exams available online for more than a year
Reuters reported last month that the College Board, the owner of SAT test, had often reused SATs overseas after first giving the test in America, and sometimes recycled exams in USA too. At least five times in the past three years, school students were administered tests that included questions and answers widely available online.
Asian test-prep companies exposed the brand-new SAT
In Asia, test-preparation companies were eager for information. Any details about what was on the new SAT might be invaluable to their clients. That’s especially true because for years, the College Board routinely has reused SAT tests overseas after first administering them in America.