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The Scholastic Assessment Test is the most common standardized test taken in high school for admission into college. Ask questions about the test format and scoring here.

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In the writing and language test of the SAT questions ask students to do?

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D. Fix punctuation in a passage

Do chiropractors take the MCAT test in college?

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At the moment, students do not need to write the MCAT in order to qualify for admission to chiropractic college. The requirements to submit an application and be considered for admission in chiropractic college are:

- have completed at least 3 years of college/university (90 credit hours)

- have a minimum GPA of 2.5

- have taken specific pre-requisite courses in university (for some chiro colleges) like biology, chemistry, etc.

- have no criminal record

How does the SAT subject test scoring work with omitting and wrong answers?

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Omitting gives you 0 points

Wrong answers subtract 1/3 or 1/4 of a point depending on the test

What is the required SAT score for entrance into Villanova?

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There is no set required SAT score for admission to Vassar, although your application will be judged in part based on your score. The average SAT scores for students admitted to Vassar are in the 2050-2250 range, with a reading and math score of 1360-1500.

Do you need to take the SATs?

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The majority of four year colleges around the United States require that students take at least one standardized college-entrance exam - the SAT or the ACT. These tests are a good indicator of a student's ability to make the transition into college, as they test critical thinking and proficiency with high school academic material (both necessary prerequisites to succeed in the collegiate environment). The two tests differ slightly and some students prefer one test over the other. However, the majority of students who take both exams score in an equivalent percentile. Choosing between the two is more of a personal preference than anything else.

There are plenty of ways to improve your SAT and ACT scores - from private tutoring to group courses. Revolution Prep is the nation's largest provider of on-campus prep for both exams, and probably has something in your area. If you would like to discuss what we can do to help you improve your score, please do not hesitate to contact me at 310.593.6823 or email me at troy.sterner@revolutionprep.com. You can also check out our website at www.revolutionprep.com for more information.

Best of luck,

Troy Sterner

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Should you answer all the questions on the SAT?

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No, you do not have to answer every question. However, you are not penalized for wrong answers. This means that if you are running out of time, you can fill in the rest of the bubbles to maybe give you some extra points and increase your overall score.

Which of thr following sections of the SAT reasoning test assesses your vocabulary knowledge?

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50% of a student's SAT Reading score is based on knowledge of college-bound vocabulary. Vocabulary may also appear in the SAT Math section as students will be expected to know terms such as integer, remainder, and tangential.

What is the average final score for the PSAT?

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The Pre-Scholastic Aptitude Test score ranges from 60 to 240. The average final PSAT score for 10th grade is about 125. The average PSAT score for 11th grade is roughly 140. The overall average in 2014 was 142.

Do you have to take the sat to get into college?

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All colleges in the U.S. that require admissions exams as part of the admissions process will take either the ACT or the SAT. The two tests are very different, so it would be worth your time to consider the ACT as well. Almost all colleges list their admissions requirements on their websites, so one of your first steps should be to check the admissions requirements and then decide which test to take. Some students take both tests. With the ACT, you can opt not to report scores to colleges until you see the scores. If you retest and get a higher score, you can choose to only report the second set of scores to prospective colleges. Also, most colleges don't require a writing score. The ACT's writing test is optional. That's another reason to check the college's requirements first. The SAT does not have a Science test--the ACT does. The ACT tests higher math (there are a few trigonometry questions) but the Math Test only counts for 25% of the composite score rather than a third for the SAT's math section.

What are the answers to Simon's saga episode 3?

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Read and you will find them

Can you use a colculator on a sat reasoning test?

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Yes . you can even use a graphing calculator. just not one that is like a mini laptop.

but you can only use it for the math section.

The best books to study for the SAT is The college board's official SAT study guide. Get that book and "Answers and Explanations " by Peter Tanguay. Answers and Explanations has the definitive and complete solutions to the SAT tests in the official SAT study guide. This is all you need to score high on the SAT. Good luck.

Where can you take the SAT's as an adult?

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Even if you have already graduated from high school you would still follow the same process to register for the SAT's through College Board and choose a test location/date that is available to you.

What is the acceptance rate at Notre Dame?

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Notre Dame's total acceptance rate is about 25%. However, ND accepts 50% of its legacy applicants so if you are not a legacy then the acceptance rate is actually lower than 25%.

Answer: this latest year, 24%

What are Baylor's 25th-75th percentile SAT Writing scores?

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Baylor's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT Writing Scores are 530-650, meaning 25% of students scored 530 or lower on the Writing portion of the SAT, and 75% of students scored 650 or lower (i.e. 25% of students scored 650 or higher).

What SAT test score do you need to get into emory university?

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This is the admissions statistics which mean you should be around these numbers if you expect to get accepted to emory

Applications

Applied 15,610

Admitted 28%

Enrolled 1,300

Academics - Admitted Students

Average GPA, middle 50% 3.71 - 3.98 / 4.0 unweighted scale

SAT verbal, middle 50% 640-730

SAT math, middle 50% 660-750

SAT total, middle 50% 1320-1460

ACT, middle 50% 29-33

Other first-year statistics

1,978 high schools had at least one admitted applicant.

The new first-year class will come to Emory from 839 secondary schools, from 43 states and the District of Columbia.

52% female

48% male

81% come from outside Georgia

62% come from outside the Southeast

63% come from public high schools

37% come from independent or parochial schools

32.3% were admitted through an Early Decision option

43% are students of color

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Is there an age limit for SAT?

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You can apply for GMAT exam at any age. There is no age limit and you dont need to specialize in any particular subject for applying. Good luck

Where can you find lost sat scores?

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I had the same problem until today. I took my SATs before 2002 and have no existing record of my score. I searched the SAT website and was unable to get any information from them. I finally decided to contact the high school I attended when I took the test and they were able to provide me the information. My score was not readily available because of how long ago I took it, but they maintain the information in secure long term storage.

I suggest contacting your school.

How many versions does the SAT test have?

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In the basic SAT, your scores are partitioned among three categories: Math, Reading, and Writing. You can receive a maximum of 800 points in each of these. Reading includes vocabulary and critical reading. Writing includes an Essay along with Grammar. Math includes topics from algebra and geometry, but does not include trigonometry or matrices.

The advanced Subject SAT tests include Math Level I and Level II, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Latin, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Hebrew.

What is the average SAT score for a Harvard applicant 1975?

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Harvard's 2014 25th-75th percentile SAT scores are 700-800 on the Critical Reading section, 710-790 on the Math section, and 710-800 on the Writing section.

What are the sat scores needed to get into vcu?

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UVa, unlike Virginia tech, doesn't have an SAT requirement, but they look for something around an 1900.

Minimum sat score to get into duke?

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No single SAT score is "needed," although one might want to consider that the middle range of SAT scores for Duke in Critical Reading is 690-770, and the middle range for Math is 690-780. Generally, being within that middle range of SAT scores is a good bet. However, it's important to keep in mind that SAT scores are not the only thing that a college looks for in an applicant. Having perfect scores won't guarantee one admission, nor will having less than perfect scores keep one from being accepted.