SATs


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SATs

(sæts) education
n acronym for
1. (Education) standard assessment tasks
2. (Education) standard assessment tests
3. (Education) standard attainment tests
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Change is nothing new to the standardized testing landscape, but the upcoming shifts are the most significant in this generation, and are arguably more important than the "recentering" of the SAT in 1995.
The old "perfect 1600" SAT I score will become the "perfect 2400" and admissions officers will have the opportunity to view scanned versions of student essays from the Writing section.
Unified officials questioned the need for the standardized tests Friday, a day after a University of California Regents task force proposed eliminating SAT scores as admissions criteria.
Our proven strategies and varied teaching formats -- including team tutoring, private tutoring, and small classes -- will enable Westwood High School students to ace their SATs.
One-on-One with the SAT is designed for assessing and preparing students for the SAT I: Reasoning Test and the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
Every year, three little letters send shivers up the spines of college-bound students across the country: SAT.
The board's decision to stop the practice of noting when students take the test under non-standard conditions, was done in the aftermath of a settlement of a related lawsuit filed against the Education Testing Service (ETS), which administers several major testing programs, including the SAT.