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Score at the Top Blog

SAT-ACT Discord…and Concordance: Or “Why Can’t They All Just Get Along?”

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

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We've Won the Battle of "Concordance"!

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

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New SAT Scoring: Interpretation Detour (for the time being)

Thursday, May 12, 2016

If you have received scores from the redesigned SAT (starting with last March's test administration), and you want to know how you stand vis-à-vis admission to schools that you're considering, you'll have to do a bit of simple math using College Board's recently published "concordance tables." These tables shows how new SAT scores compare to old SAT scores compare to current ACT scores. You’ll find the tables on College Board’s website, or you can plug your scores into College Board’s new online converter or into their new smartphone app, SAT Score Converter.  Read More

SAT, Old and New: A First Look at Score Concordance

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Students who took the redesigned SAT in March have just received their scores. Because the scores that the College Board reported for over a decade have changed (down to a maximum score of 1600 compared to the previous 2400), nearly everyone involved with the college application and admission process is looking for a way to compare old scores and new. That’s where concordance comes into play.  Read More