SAT: Direction from Direction Counselors: Tutorial 8
Sarah Newlin, Testive’s Support Counselor Outreach Consultant, is exploring how direction counselors are preparing for the fresh new SAT and advice are going to giving mom and dad and students.
So , what are information counselors saying to their scholars about the COMPLETELY NEW SAT? For that matter, not all a whole lot just yet. They are still understanding for themselves exactly what the changes really mean for the test content and many don’t prefer to pile avoidable stress onto students and fogeys. After all, the group Board is in the process associated with releasing advice about the new experiment to the common.
That said, nearly all counselors certainly fall into not one but two camps the advice they’re giving:
Camp one: Focus on the actual ACT
The theory driving this position would be that the ACT has become a 2010 pretty sturdy test for quite a while. This translates to more open knowledge about the exam and the associated with more top quality practice materials. In short, test-takers and those who else help them be prepared for the ACTION tests, could better guess what the BEHAVE will be for example on test out day.
On the reverse side, the College Table will only have limited ‘official’ practice material available and that will not often be as vetted as existing SAT apply material such as Blue Publication. Until several administrations of the new check have flushed and almost any kinks are already worked out, test content will simply be rather unknown in addition to unknowable. Continue reading “SAT: Direction from Direction Counselors: Tutorial 8”