The Scholastic Aptitude Test, more commonly known as the SAT, is a right of passage for high school upperclassmen. Some enter the testing facility with trepidation while others study for months and tackle the multitude of college entrance exam questions head on. The College Board recently announced that changes are on the horizon for the SAT making the exam more straight forward than it’s ever been.
- Will your child be ready?
- How should your student prepare and what changes should they expect?
- What do you think about the newly redesigned SAT format?
The College Board deconstructs the new SAT design, walking you through the 8 key changes to expect.
At Greater Atlanta Christian School, we have a dedicated College Counseling department that helps upperclassmen prepare for the next phase of their education. Want more information about how GAC can help your student get ready for standardized tests, college applications, and selecting the right school? Contact our Admissions office at 770-243-2274.
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