SAT

FairTest Reacts to the 2010 SAT Scores

for further information:                                                                 

Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773

cell  (239) 699-0468

for use with annual SAT scores release – 11:00am, Monday, September 13, 2010

2010 College-bound Seniors Average SAT Scores

 

2010 COLLEGE BOUND SENIORS AVERAGE SAT SCORES

with score changes from 2006*                                    

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN THE 2010 ACT & SAT SCORE REPORTS

for immediate release, Tuesday, August 17, 2010

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN THIS MONTH’S ACT & SAT SCORE REPORTS

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN THE 2010 ACT & SAT SCORE REPORTS

for immediate release, Tuesday, August 17, 2010

FairTest Reacts to the 2009 SAT Score Release

for further information:
Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773


for use with annual SAT scores release – 11:00am, Tuesday, August 25, 2009

What to Look for in this month's ACT & SAT Score Reports

for immediate release, Monday, August 17, 2009

Test Optional Schools List Tops 815!

for further information, contact
Jesse Mermell (617) 350-8207
Robert Schaeffer (239) 395-6773
cell (239) 699-0468

for use on or after Tuesday, March 3, 2009

 

LIST OF TEST-OPTIONAL SCHOOLS TOPS 815;
AS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PREPARE FOR ADMISSIONS TESTS, MORE COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES ELIMINATE ACT/SAT REQUIREMENTS

 

FairTest on College Board's New "READISTEP" Test

      for further information, contact


Jesse Mermell (857) 350-8207                                               
Robert Schaeffer (239) 395-6773
cell (239) 699-0468


for immediate release Wednesday, October 22, 2008

FairTest Optional List PDF Download Page

Schools That Do Not Use SAT or ACT Scores for Admitting Substantial Numbers of Students Into Bachelor Degree Programs

Current as of Autumn 2008

SAT Scores 2008 Release

for further information:
Bob Schaeffer: (239) 395-6773
cell: (239) 699-0468

for use with annual SAT score release -- 11am EDT Tuesday, August 26, 2008


SAT LOSING MARKET SHARE TO TEST-OPTIONAL COLLEGES AND ACT;
EXAM’S BIASES AND WEAK PREDICTIVE VALIDITY REDUCE ITS POPULARITY

The SAT is losing market-share as a college admissions test.

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