All About New SAT Score

All About New SAT Score

HOW HARD

New SAT format was introduced by College Board from April 2016. Questions in the New SAT are closer to the concepts you learn in  class.  If you are  following  your school curriculum sincerely then the new SAT  should be a cake walk for  you. Early test takers have found it easy and are scoring higher than before. But what really are the changes in New SAT compared to the Old SAT? Read Below

NO IT ISN'T

The comparison should always be done from apples to apples because the college you will be applying for will do the same. 800+ colleges will be using your old SAT Score to judge your intelligence for few more years to come. So you have to convert your NEW SAT Score to OLD SAT Score using this official link NEW SAT CONVERTER from college board. What's next after converting To old SAT score?

COLLEGE HUNT

Well finding a good college isn't easy. So please go through this official  site  Of college board by clicking this link  BIGFUTURE and just follow  the steps. Try to explore this site as it has very good content about every college you dream of and you can get really good  colleges matching with your GPA ,SAT score, and profile. But if you have taken SAT And ACT both which score you should  send to colleges?

SAT SCORE Vs.ACT SCORE

You can convert your Old/New SAT score to ACT score And your ACT scores  to Old/New SAT score using the  this  SAT SCORE CONVERTER App . Playstore link and Itunes Link. More than 800 institutions are considering both  ACT and SAT .Now you have good scores but how good is your SAT/ACT score for a particular college you are dreaming of?

25th,75th PERCENTILE GAME

Search for your dream college name with typing "[Name of School] Prepscholar SAT" on Google and it will give you scores for 25th  and 75th percentile scores out of 1600 For your dream college and the interpretation of those scores. if your score is below 25th percentile score your application will not be Looked except special cases. If it's between 25th -75th score your application will be read and looked. If it's above 75th Percentile score you have good chances of getting through

Have you experienced the new SAT yet? If yes, how was your experience? Share your experience in the comment section below.

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