What is the difference between the ACT and the SAT standardized tests? How should students best prepare and decide which test to take? Is there a preferred test?
A lot of Ladder Method parents call our offices with just this question. Its a good question. And, the answer is not the same as it once was.
What is the difference between the ACT and the SAT standardized tests?
The ACT and the SAT are both standardized tests that the colleges use in evaluating a student during the college application process. Read More
Final Score: 28
Jake started with a composite score of 19 on his initial diagnostic. A junior at a competitive private school in the Los Angeles area, he struggled with math fundamentals and he self-identified as “bad at reading”. He also worried that he “was never taught any grammar in school.” Jake K was concerned that he would not get into a competitive college with his initial score yet was ambivalent about the ACT Prep process.
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