Finally, it’s period to ask yourself: which test is better for you — the ACT or SAT? Following three ways to help you make your choice.
Technique 1: Take Official Practice Tests
- The best way to choose is to actually take each test and then compare your scores.
- The coolest way to compare your scores is to convert your total ACT test score to a total SAT test score using our handy conversion system.
- Any test you scored higher on is the one you should ultimately prep for and use for college admissions.
Technique 2: Take an ACT vs. SAT Questionnaires
- I fight with geometry and trigonometry. Agree/Disagree
- I am decent at solving math problems without a calculator.
- Science is not my strength.
- It’s easier for me to study something than to explain my opinion.
- I usually do well on math tests.
- I can’t memory math formulas easily.
- I like coming up with my own answers for math questions.
- Tight time restrictions stress me out.
- I can easily find evidence to support my answers.
- Chronologically arranged questions are easier to track.
If mostly agrees then SAT is your match, if mostly disagrees then ACT’s the one for you, otherwise either test will work.
Technique 3: Consider Your State’s Testing Requirements
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