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  • Still unsure about which test to take?

    Although colleges accept scores from either test, some students score substantially higher on the ACT while others tend to do better on the SAT. So how do you choose? The answer depends on several factors. But here are a few main differences:

    • ACT questions tend to be more straightforward.
    • The SAT puts a stronger emphasis on vocabulary.
    • The ACT has a Science Reasoning section. The SAT does not.
    • The SAT is broken up into more sections.
    • The ACT tests more advanced math concepts.

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