As the second half of the school year looms on the horizon, many high school juniors are gearing up for college preparation while seniors finalize their plans for post-graduation.
For many students, part of that planning involves taking the ACT or SAT. Most universities and colleges require a score on at least one of these academic tests be submitted along with applications to their institution. And while many other factors determine admission, a score that doesn’t meet the minimum requirement for a school can land a student’s application in the rejection letter pile.
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