A student’s last years of high school are typically marked by several standardized tests. Among these are two of the most important exams he or she will ever take: the SAT and the ACT. But does your child really need both SAT prep and ACT prep? Not necessarily. Since it can be challenging to discern which of the two exams your child should take, Georgia-based Peach State Tutoring & Test Prep recommends having your child take the Split Test. This diagnostic test helps you and your student understand which test will garner the best result, which, in turn, saves time and simplifies the college application process.
Test Score Forecast
A high school student who invests time in taking the Split Test can save time later on when preparing for the real exams. Since the Split Test provides you and your child with a snapshot of how well your student will score on either the SAT or ACT, you can decide early which test is best suited to your child’s needs. You can also use the test to determine whether he or she needs SAT or ACT prep.
Keep in mind that all colleges and universities accept both test results and look only at which score is the highest. In essence, it isn’t necessary for students to take more than one test, especially if they know which test makes more sense for their academic needs.
More Prep Time
Since students who take the Split Test know ahead of time which test suits them better, they’ll have more time to prepare. This helps them study more thoroughly and focus on the areas they know will appear on the test.
Peach State Tutoring & Test Prep, which serves Roswell, Johns Creek, Milton, Cumming, Duluth, Norcross, Suwanee, and Alpharetta, GA, provides the academic tutoring your child’s needs to transform his or her performance. To learn more about their SAT and ACT prep service, call them at (678) 824-6890 or visit them online.