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Gearing up for the future? How do you choose between taking the SAT or the ACT? 

The SAT and ACT have content differences such that, depending on your strengths and weaknesses, you are likely to do better on one test versus the other.  For example, the SAT has a stronger vocabulary focus while the ACT has a science section. The types of math problems emphasized by each test are different.  The SAT is longer overall but gives you more time for each question than the ACT.  So, students with time-management issues may do better on the SAT.  Most important, questions on the SAT require more reasoning and analysis, while the ACT is [delete the word “more”] straightforward, assessing basic achievement skills and less reasoning abilities.

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Command of Evidence

  1. Textual Evidence
  2. Understanding Relationships
  3. Analyzing Quantitative Information
  4. Analyzing Arguments
  5. Analyzing Purpose


Words in Context

  1. Interpreting Words and Phrases in Context
  2. Analyzing Word Choice


Analysis of Information

  1. Determining Central Ideas and Themes
  2. Analyzing Multiple Texts
  3. Analyzing Text Structure
  4. Summarizing
  5. Reading Closely
  6. Analyzing Point of View


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Writing and Language-

Expression and Analysis of Ideas

  1. Development of Ideas
  2. Organizational Structure
  3. Effective Language Use
  4. Command of Evidence
  5. Relevance of Supporting Information and Data


Standards of English Conventions

  1. Sentence Structure
  2. Conventions of Usage
  3. Conventions of Punctuation


Words in Context

  1. Revising Choices of Words and Phrases


Writing and Language: Test-Taking Strategies Guide

Writing and Language: Test-Taking Strategies Video


Heart of Algebra

    1. Linear Expressions and Equations – One Variable
    2. Linear Inequalities – One Variable
    3. Build Linear Functions
    4. Systems of Linear Inequalities – Two Variables
    5. Systems of Linear Equations – Two Variables
    6. Algebraically Solve Linear Equations and Inequalities
    7. Algebraically Solve Systems of Linear Equations
    8. Interpret Linear Expressions
    9. Algebraic and Graphical Representations


Problem Solving and Data Analysis

  1. Ratios, Rates, Proportional Relationships, and Scale Drawing
  2. Percentages
  3. Measurement Quantities, Units, and Unit Conversions
  4. Scatter Plots – Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Models
  5. Key Features of Graphs
  6. Linear and Exponential Growth
  7. Two-Way Tables
  8. Inferences from Data
  9. Shape, Center, and Spread of Data
  10. Evaluate Reports


Passport to Advanced Math

  1. Create Quadratic or Exponential Functions
  2. Forms of Expressions and Equations
  3. Rational Exponents
  4. Equivalent Algebraic Expressions
  5. Solve Quadratic Equations
  6. Operations with Polynomial Expressions
  7. Solve Radical and Rational Equations
  8. Solve Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations
  9. Rewrite Rational Expressions
  10. Interpret Nonlinear Expressions
  11. Zeroes and Factors of Polynomials
  12. Nonlinear Relationships
  13. Function Notation
  14. Rewrite Expressions and Equations


Additional Topics in Math

  1. Volume
  2. Trigonometric Ratios and Pythagorean Theorem
  3. Complex Numbers
  4. Radians – Angles, Arc Length, Trigonometric Functions
  5. Circle Theorems
  6. Congruence and Similarity Theorems
  7. Similarity, Right Triangles, and Trigonometric Ratios
  8. Circles in the Coordinate Plane


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