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ACT

2021
– Apr 17
– Jun 12
– July 17
– Sept 11
– Oct 23
– Dec 11

SAT

2021
– May 8
– Jun 5
– Aug 28 (a)
– Oct 2 (a)
– Nov 16 (a)
– Dec 4 (a)

PSAT offered in mid-October. Check with High School for the test date

*ACT not offered in all states on the February and July test dates

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Coalition Application Losing Dartmouth and UVA

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  • ACT Adds Superscore to Testing Report
    Starting with April 2021 testing, the ACT will provide an automatically calculated ACT Superscore to all students who have taken the ACT more than once from September 2016 to the current day. Superscoring involves taking the best score from each… The post ACT Adds Superscore to Testing Report appeared first on Admission Scoop.
    Lynn Lubell
  • The College Board Eliminates SAT Subject Tests and Optional SAT Essay
    The College Board announced on January 19, 2021, that it will discontinue administering the SAT Subject Tests and the optional essay section on the SAT, changing the standardized testing calculus for many college-bound students. The SAT Subject Tests offered students… The post The College Board Eliminates SAT Subject Tests and Optional SAT Essay appeared first […]
    Lynn Lubell
  • NACAC Posts Spring 2021 College Openings List
    For students still looking for options for Fall 2021, the NACAC’s Annual College Openings list a great resource.  On April 21, 2021, there were 195 colleges on the list. The number is likely to grow this spring as additional schools… The post NACAC Posts Spring 2021 College Openings List appeared first on Admission Scoop.
    Lynn Lubell
  • Colleges Where Interviews are Required or Strongly Recommended
    Some colleges and universities offer interview opportunities to prospective students. Often interview opportunities are limited to students who have submitted applications, which some schools offer them to all prospective students. For those colleges offering interviews, the degree of importance varies… The post Colleges Where Interviews are Required or Strongly Recommended appeared first on Admission Scoop.
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