The Junior Year and the SAT/ACT

When it comes to preparing for the college admissions process, the junior year of high school is largely devoted to working on the standardized tests: the SAT and the ACT. Most colleges require that students submit at least one standardized test score, but they do not require that students take both tests. There are differences between the SAT and ACT: the SAT emphasizes vocabulary, while the ACT includes science. Some students like one test better than the other. A good way to decide which test you prefer is to take online practice tests. Be aware, however, that practice tests offered by the test companies can be deceptively easy because the companies want you to like, and thus buy, their t
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