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Smart Money Magazine Tackles the Issue of Standardized Testing

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Smart Money Magazine Tackles the Issue of Standardized Testing

If you’re a college-bound high school student, do you ever wonder whether you should take the SAT, the ACT or both? If you’re a parent, are you curious about why your mailbox is suddenly stuffed with unsolicited information on colleges and universities?  Whether you’re a student, a parent or one of the many others who has a stake in the college admissions process, you ‘ll find answers to commonly asked questions in Smart Money Magazine’s article “10 Things College Admissions Tests Don’t Do.” While the article offers just one view of standardized testing, it does provide some valuable insights. For example, the article points out that more than 800 colleges and universities no longer require applicants to submit SAT or ACT scores. It also underscores just how important it can be to take the Preliminary SAT, better known as the PSAT. Click here to read more.

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