In order to best guide students and parents as they navigate the college admissions process, we’re happy announce updates to ConvertYourScore.org, the Internet’s most valuable ACT-SAT score conversion and information supersite. The updates to ConvertYourScore.org allow students and parents to plan better than ever before when or if to take the ACT, SAT, and SAT Subject Tests.
First, a bit of context: ConvertYourScore.org not only gives students the opportunity to compare their SAT and ACT scores just like college admissions officers do when evaluating applications; it also gives students the knowledge they need in order to determine which remaining test(s) may be worth taking in order to meet their college admissions potential.
ConvertYourScore.org has always helped:
- students who have only received SAT scores to convert their SAT scores into comparable ACT scores.
- students who have only received ACT scores to convert their ACT scores into comparable SAT scores.
- students who have received scores for both the SAT and ACT to definitively determine which test they did best on – ensuring that students only send to colleges the scores that put them in the best light the eyes of admissions officers.
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Best of all, ConvertYourScore.org has always been completely FREE and requires no sign in process. The one-page site is the Internet’s best one-stop destination for ACT and SAT information and advice.
Yet, the site’s latest updates also allow students and parents to:
- determine which colleges and universities require or recommend their applicants take the optional SAT Essay section and/or the optional ACT Writing section (only a handful of colleges still do).
- determine which colleges and universities require, recommend, or favorably consider submission of strong SAT Subject Test scores as a part of their college applications.
- determine which four-year colleges and universities in the United States are test optional in the admissions process, test flexible (meaning that the SAT/ACT is not required if other college-level exams specified by college or university, such as SAT Subject Test scores, Advanced Placement Test scores, or International Baccalaureate Exam scores are submitted) in the admissions process, or test optional for those students who rank in the top ten or top eight percent of their high school classes
ConvertYourScore.org is better than ever! No student or parent should start down the path of ACT or SAT planning or testing without first visiting and digesting all the information on ConvertYourScore.org.
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