The College Board website now features a report on the 2014-2015 results for the SAT, 10th and 11th grade PSAT, and AP Exam. The report includes test result trends, implications, and future innovations to help more students participate and improve their scores.
One major result is that SAT scores have not improved significantly from last year. The 2014 – 2015 test period saw a large increase in the number of student test takers, with a score result that was similar but slightly lower. The 2016 redesigned SAT will make large-scale modifications to the test, which could be a factor in the results for the upcoming test period.
Below are a few of the highlights from the 2014 – 2014 results, presented in tables:
Participation in millions
|SAT||Met the SAT College and Career Readiness Benchmark||41.9 in class of 2015||712,200|
|10th Grade PSAT/NMSQT||Met the grade-level benchmark||39.3||712,000|
|11th Grade PSAT/NMSQT||Met the grade-level benchmark||48||766,000|
|AP Exam||Scored 3 or higher||60.5 in 2015, an increase from 2014||1.5 million|
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