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The Difference Between the SAT and the ACT

How you can choose between the SAT and ACT.



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Guest - Martha on Saturday, 15 June 2013 09:32

Hi, I have been using the California Achievement Test for the annual evaluation is this a comparable test and is it acceptable for colleges?
Thank you,
Martha

Hi, I have been using the California Achievement Test for the annual evaluation is this a comparable test and is it acceptable for colleges? Thank you, Martha
Guest - Assistant to The HomeScholar (website) on Monday, 17 June 2013 22:14

Hi Martha,
Standardized testing that is required by the school district isn't a replacement for SAT or ACT. Sorry about that.

Hi Martha, Standardized testing that is required by the school district isn't a replacement for SAT or ACT. Sorry about that.
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