High scores lead to college graduation. The average college graduate has an SAT score of 1721. That number reflects a student’s college readiness. The Department of Education also determined that your SAT score is the second biggest indicator of your college ability. A higher score means you’re ready for college.
Improve your overall education. Studying for the SAT or ACT can help you spot areas where you’re weak in the classroom. Working on SAT prep problems can sharpen your abilities in school and improve your grades and impress college admissions officers.
Perform well under pressure. Getting a high score on your entrance exam shows admissions deans that you work well under pressure and prepare for the challenges you’re facing. A high SAT score makes you a better college candidate.
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