SAT or ACT? Many Connecticut students should prepare for bothBy Daryl CapuanoSAT ACT Test Prep
As Connecticut students gear up for the SATs in March and April, many parents from our Connecticut area will call to inquire: “Do you think my child will do better on the SAT or the ACT?”
The SAT and the ACT have always been rigorous standardized tests that measure reading comprehension, mathematical ability, and grammar skills. The ACT also has a science section. There are subtle differences and it is true that some students will perform better on one test to the other. But the vast majority of students who prepare similarly for each test perform similarly on each test. For that reason, we offer a class that prepares students for both. Indeed, my general advice is that most students take both.
SAT or ACT. Probably both. Two weapons in your child’s college admissions arsenal. Register now for our next SAT-ACT Mastery Seminar.