Act Scores

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Act Scores
Act Scores

The specific data showed the following combined SAT/act scores rankings for the states without collective bargaining rights for teachers:
South Carolina — 50th
North Carolina — 49th
Georgia — 48th
Texas — 47th
Virginia — 44th
Wisconsin ranked second, according to the source cited by the Economist. ( Read Act Scores more... )

Whiz Kids: Jacobs Students Earn Perfect ACT Scores

Whiz Kids' Names: Brad Searle and Erik Hansen

Whiz Kids' Grade: 12th

Whiz Kids' School: Harry D. Jacobs High School, 2601 Bunker Hill Dr., Algonquin.

Whiz Kids' Accomplishment: Searle, 18, of Algonquin, and Hansen, 18, of Carpentersville both earned a perfect 36 composite score on the 2010 ACT test. ( Read Act Scores more... )

ACT Scores Prove Standardized Tests Show Nothing

Today is a big day for ACT scores. The February 12 test date has come and gone and today is the day for many to get their scores from that test. I remember well the pins and needles I felt the day I got my SAT and ACT scores, but with a little luck, my own children -- currently 2.5 and 4 -- will never have to deal with that stress. The fact is, standardized tests are overrated.

Don't believe me? Consider this: There are currently more than 800 schools in the US that either do not weigh standardized test scores or weigh them in a way that is slightly non-traditional. In fact, several of the top liberal arts schools in the country -- Colby, Bowdoin, Bates, Middlebury, and Bryn Mawr among others -- are now accepting students with some variation of test optional. ( Read Act Scores more... )

ACT Scores: Do They Really Matter?

Most high school seniors dread nothing more than the standardized tests their college admissions applications will be judged by and with ACT scores being reported this week, the question arises; how important are these tests, really?
The SAT’s counterpart, the ACT is made up of four parts; English Language, Reading, Math, and Science. Each section receives an individual grade from one to 36 and then the four scores are averaged to arrive at a composite score.

The average score is a 20, though selective colleges may only accept scores above 30. Harvard’s average is 31 to 34. A score of 34 or higher lands you among the top 1% of test-takers. ( Read Act Scores more... )

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Courtesy : Cryptopatents , Algonquin Patch , The Stir & News Max

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