“Loathe time crunches? Then you might prefer the SAT over the ACT. This is because the SAT gives you more time per question than the ACT does.”
There are 11 key differences to help you pick the right test. People might wonder what the difference is between the ACT and SAT. At first glance, these two tests are not all that different. These are both nationally recognized standardized tests. Each test measures students in a variety of ways. There is no advantage in taking one test over the other one. Both tests contain similar sections. The SAT is still a little bit longer.
- Both the tests are standardized, nationally known, and common college prerequisites.
- One distinction between the tests is that the ACT devotes an entire section to science particularly.
Read more: http://blog.prepscholar.com/act-vs-sat
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