Some colleges are bringing back SAT and ACT requirements. Others have dropped them permanently. What's a college applicant to do?
Some students looking for merit aid and other scholarships still seek tutoring and other help to prepare.
Test prep has been a lucrative part of the college admissions business for decades. That might be changing.
The court order could start to dent the test prep business if more colleges drop the exams.
The UC system, one of the SAT's largest source of customers, is phasing out the exams. How will that change the business of standardized tests?
SAT results will now include an adversity score based on 15 socio-economic indicators about the student's neighborhood and school.
The College Board is introducing an adversity score on the SAT.
Standardized tests like the SAT and ACT won’t prepare you for the real world, one venture capitalist says
Ted Dintersmith argues that these tests are more about rote memorization.
The revamped test will be administered Saturday for the first time.