Substantial changes to the SAT are taking place in spring 2016. These changes were recently announced by David Coleman, the President of The College Board (the organization that creates and administers the SAT). What do these changes really mean for students? Here’s a quick breakdown of what you need to know:
Students often ask me how important their SAT or ACT scores are for colleges. Many students also want to know whether they can still get into a highly competitive school if they have low SAT or ACT scores, or whether they are guaranteed admission if they have top scores. These are all good questions.