1,200 Reasons Why Students Should Still Take the ACT & SAT

college prep high school test prep Jul 29, 2021

Do I still need to take the SAT or ACT? Watch this video to see why you should still take the ACT and SAT! Even though many colleges are not looking at ACT and SAT test scores, there are still 1,200 test-optional colleges, and taking one of these exams can help you with scholarships, internships, and possibly bypassing entry-level English and math classes in college.

Something else to consider is should you take the SAT or ACT? How do you decide which test is easier? How do you know which test colleges prefer? Do I need to do the essay section? Go to my YouTube channel to watch this video to get these answers and many more. But before you do, please realize that the test to take is the test you score highest on!

You can get more help from my YouTube channel.

Any college that accepts test scores will accept either score! So your job is to figure out which test is best for you, then do everything possible to get the best score possible. Watch this video now then go to my website where I can help you learn more about each test and how to improve your score!

About Engenius Learning Center

If you are looking to get a higher score on the ACT & SAT, get into the college of your dreams, write better application essays, or learn how to study smarter, not harder, this channel is for you! I will regularly post my videos that share my experience from over 30 years of teaching and tutoring college-bound students. I have helped tens of thousands of students over the years and I am hoping to help you! If you need additional help beyond what my videos teach, make certain to visit EngeniusLearning.com and take advantage of our online tutoring. We teach nearly all subjects for all ages.

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