SAT: Support from Information Counselors: Session 8
Sarah Newlin, Testive’s Assistance Counselor Outreach Consultant, explores how information counselors are generally preparing for the newest SAT and exactly advice will have them giving mom and dad and college students.
Therefore what are support counselors telling their learners about the UNIQUE SAT? In fact, not all so much just yet. Nearly all are still finding out for themselves the actual changes signify for the experiment content but just as don’t would like to pile unneeded stress on top of students and parents. After all, the faculty Board continues to in the process with releasing advice about the new check to the general public.
That said, a good number of counselors often fall into couple of camps the advice they are really giving:
Camp just one: Focus on the exact ACT
The theory guiding this position is that the ACT is really a pretty sturdy test for quite a while. This translates to more open knowledge about the test and the availability of more excellent practice substances. In short, test-takers and those who all help them plan for the ACT tests, will be able to better foresee what the BEHAVE will be for example on test out day.
On the other hand, the College Mother board will only possess limited ‘official’ practice content available as well as that will not possibly be as vetted as present-day SAT process material such as the Blue Reserve. Until a number of administrations within the new test out have approved and any sort of kinks are actually worked out, quality content only will be considerably unknown in addition to unknowable. Continue reading “SAT: Support from Information Counselors: Session 8”