The world is in flux right now, and the volatility is affecting both the College Board and ACT, which administer the SAT and ACT respectively. Here’s what you need to know about these organizations’ responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation:
To recap, the next opportunities for your teen to take the SAT and ACT are below:
August 29, 2020
June 13, 2020
July 18, 2020
Given this change, what should your teen do now? Here are a few suggestions:
Start preparing now. The spring administrations of the SAT and ACT are commonly selected by juniors who are sitting for these exams for the first time. Perhaps this is your teen. If so, the delay in test dates will allow them to put more time into preparation if they have not had the chance to do so yet and were taking either exam as a “trial run.” Huntington’s online test prep can help.
At Huntington, we recognize that the events surrounding the coronavirus outbreak are very concerning. And if you have a teen who is at the start of or in the middle of the college application process, these things lead to stress and uncertainty about where your college-bound student goes from here.
We’re here to help you adjust. Contact us at 1-800 CAN LEARN to discuss our customized SAT and ACT prep programs for high school students and how we can support your teen now and in the months to come. Our one-to-one, proven test prep programs are available for students online or at our centers, and we offer flexible scheduling and affordable pricing to meet your family’s needs.