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What to do if you're not happy with your SAT score

Posted By Katie Cooney Lesko | October 23, 2015

No matter how hard you study, how many extra pencils you pack or how punctual you are, standardized exams often have a way of causing even the best test-takers to be dissatisfied with their scores. Not loving yours? If you feel like the number you received doesn't accurately reflect your abilities, there are a few things you can do.

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What does test-optional really mean?

Posted By Ned Jones | June 26, 2015

For Siena College, high-achieving students who will have a positive impact on their college and are determined to succeed in life after graduation are who we look for during the admissions process—not someone with a certain SAT or ACT score. We understand that a number can't define you, so, like hundreds of other colleges, we're adopting a test-optional policy starting fall 2016. Know what that means?

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Interested in retaking the SAT?

Posted By Donna Murphy | February 11, 2015

The long-awaited day has come and gone: you woke up from a good night’s sleep, ate a well-balanced breakfast, and spent five hours at an SAT test center filling in bubbles that corresponded to your answers. Whether or not you scored in the range you were hoping for, you may be wondering if retaking the SAT is the right move for you. Here are some things to think about before you decide.

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How to prepare for the SAT

Posted By Ned Jones | September 18, 2014

October is right around the corner, which for high school students means one thing: the SATs are fast approaching. On October 11, thousands of students will be sitting down to take the SAT or one of the many SAT Subject Tests. If you’re reading this, you’re one of them—and you’re in search of a few helpful hints to prepare as best you can. So that’s exactly what we have here: our favorite tips from the College Board, reprinted with permission. (After you read them, be sure to download our SAT checklist.)

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