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Activists to ask U-M to drop ‘discriminatory’ ACT, SAT scores from admissions

Filed in Exams News by on April 23, 2014 0 Comments

Examsguru.net – ACT, SAT: Despite Tuesday’s setback at the U.S. Supreme Court, affirmative action supporters are vowing to continue the fight to boost minority enrollment at the state’s most prestigious university. George Washington, an attorney for the group By Any Means Necessary, said activists will ask the University of Michigan to drop the use of […]

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SAT Exam gets New design

Filed in Exam News by on April 18, 2014 0 Comments

DAYTON, Ohio (Examsguru) – New changes were announced to the Scholastic Aptitude Test.  In 2016, the exam will take three hours instead of three hours and 45 minutes.  There will be more non-fiction passages than fiction.  Multiple choice questions will have four possible answer choices instead of five and the essay will also be optional. The […]

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SAT exam undergoes an intense makeover

Filed in Exams News by on April 16, 2014 0 Comments

To use a sample word offered by the College Board, interest in the redesigned SAT college entrance exam — coming in spring 2016 — is likely to be intense. The word “intense” shows up in a sample test question illustrating the idea of understanding words in context, with a passage using intense in a sentence […]

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