SAT Testing Information
8 Things to Know About How Colleges Use Admissions Tests
- Most Four-Year Colleges Use Test Scores in Their Admission Decisions
- Test Scores Are Not the Most Important Factor
- Most Colleges Publish Student Test-Score Information
- Admission Tests Let Colleges Find You
- Colleges May Use Scores to Award Scholarships
- Scores May Determine Placement in College Classes
- Most Four-Year Colleges Require Scores, and Some Two-Year Colleges Recommend Them
- Colleges Consider Multiple Scores in Different Ways
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5 Perfectly Good Strategies for Better SAT Scores
- Take AP Courses
- Know Where You Stand After Taking the PSAT-Related Tests
- Try Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy
- Follow the 15-Minute Rule
- Don’t Study Like It’s 1999
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Inside the SAT
- Click here to read about the types of questions you'll encounter on the Reading Test.
- Click here to read about the types of questions you'll encounter on the Writing and Language Test.
- Click here to read about the types of questions you'll encounter on the Math Test.
- Click here to read about the SAT Essay.
What's a good SAT Score?
A "good" SAT score depends on the colleges you're applying to. Use the US Department of Education's College Scorecard website to find out the SAT score range of students who were admitted to that school. Click here and then type the name of the college in the seach bar. Next select the Test Scores and Acceptance tab after clicking "View more."