SUNY Purchase Eliminates Mandatory ACT, SAT For AdmissionsWhile most teenagers are hitting the beach or pool this summer, others are stuck preparing for college entrance exams.
High School Students Set To Take Revised And Revamped SATIt was early to bed Friday night and a good healthy breakfast for high school students nationwide, who will be taking a retooled SAT.
New SAT To Include Longer, More Difficult Reading SectionsThose hoping to get into the school of their dreams may be facing even more stress than before.
NYC Sees Gains In SAT Scores As Numbers Decline NationwideSAT scores nationwide have declined, but that's not the case in New York City.
College Board Won't Count Section Of SAT After Printing GlitchThe booklets indicated students were allowed 25 minutes on a section of the 10-part test, but they were told by proctors they only had 20 minutes.
A Redesigned SAT Will Debut In Spring 2016The College Board, who administers the SAT, announced earlier this year they are giving the exam a major overhaul and cite eight specific changes.
New Jersey Announces New High School Graduation ExamNew Jersey education officials say the state will start using a new test as a high school graduation requirement for the class of 2016.
SAT, ACT Will Be Optional For Applicants To Hofstra University In 2015The new policy will apply to all undergraduate students entering in the fall of 2015 except international and home-schooled students.
Kwasi Enin, Long Island Teen Accepted To All 8 Ivy League Schools, Picks YaleKwasi Enin, 17, of Mastic Beach, who was accepted to all eight Ivy League schools, has decided to attend Yale University this fall.
Students Look Forward To Revamped SAT With More Focus On 'Real-World' ProblemsReal-world problems, more “focused” topics, and the elimination of “obscure vocabulary” are among the features of the revamped SAT for college admissions, which will be rolled out in 2016.
L.I. Teen Kwasi Enin Accepted To All 8 Ivy League SchoolsA 17-year-old Long Island student has accomplished what few believe is possible.
New SAT: Essay Optional, No Extra Penalties For Wrong AnswersThe exam will continue to test reading, writing and math skills, with an emphasis on analysis. Scoring will be on a 1,600-point scale, with a separate score for the optional essay.