An Advanced Placement Program is offered by College Board to provide students with the introductory knowledge of college level courses, in 38 subjects, through the help of AP Classes. The AP exam is advance level and is taken by high school students; it is 2-3 hours long. The exam earns you extra college credits. The Myth around AP is that AP courses are for students who always get good grades. However, the reality is AP courses are for any student who is academically prepared and motivated to take on college level courses.
The composite score is the sum of these two sections. The test is usually taken in May and the results are in by July. You can give an AP exam in the aforementioned 38 Courses . You can report your scores for free to only 1 recipient but there is a fee for 2 or more colleges.
PSAT stands for Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, also known as National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT), is a test similar to SAT, often assumed to be easier, which helps 10th and 11th grade students across the U.S. and other countries bag Scholarships by scoring the cut-off marks, which is distinct for each state. These Scholarships aren’t hard to achieve and weight more than those received through SAT if your score is higher than the cut-off. The exam is held in Fall (mostly October) and students can search for Exam Centres in their cities. They can prepare for it either with the help of books and online resources or with the help of education counsellors. The test consists of Reading, Writing & Language, and Math sections. Each section has the same types of questions and tests the same things as the corresponding sections in the SAT. Schools order tests and send payments to the College Board; students do not
The Pre-ACT test is designed to predict the final ACT scores that a student might get. The test has four sections: English, Math, Reading, and Science, just the same as the ACT, except for the Writing section; the Pre-ACT does not have a Writing section. The test duration is 1 hour and 55 minutes, making it a shorter version of the ACT, which is 3 hours and 35 minutes long (Writing section included). It uses the questions from past ACT exams, so the level of difficulty is the same. The cost of taking this examination is $12 per student and it is held whenever your school wants it to be administered during the year.
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