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Should I Take The SAT Or ACT?

Last updated September 27, 2020

There's no way to know whether you perform better on the SAT or ACT without taking at least a practice test for both. We encourage you to try out both if you can, as each person is different (and you might surprise yourself!). That being said, there are some key differences that might make you want to consider taking one test over the other. If you're curious about SAT or ACT test dates during COVID-19, and how universities are reacting, check out this guide, too!

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