Tammy asked this question on my Video Tip of the Week.
I have been working through my daughter’s transcripts, and her grades at home from tests, homework, and quizzes are good—-she is getting all A’s. Her first time taking the SAT, however, her scores were not as high as I had hoped—low in fact. 500′s and one score in the 400′s!
I was wondering if I need to go back through all of her home grades and lower her scores to match up with the sat scores. I don’t want the colleges to think mommy grades are bogus! ~ Tammy
Hi Lee! Is there an article or webinar related to the new SAT? I have a daughter entering 10th this year and she has not done anything to prepare since it was changing...
Lee talks about the changes in the SAT here: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the SAT: Big Changes Coming with the Redesigned SAT
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