SAT and ACT Prep During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Use the following tips to keep preparing for the SAT and ACT as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

The novel coronavirus pandemic, which results in the COVID-19 disease, has changed all aspects of daily life. Higher education institutions have not had any exception. Government regulations at the federal and state level have mandated the closure of many establishments in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. This includes K-12 schools and colleges.

This global public health crisis has also prompted the cancellation of the May 2 and June 6 SAT, the addition of a 2020 SAT test date on September 26, and the addition of two new ACT exam dates on June 20 and July 25. Planned dates for June 13 and July 18 remain in place.

As of May 15, ACT test creators have not yet decided if the June 13 exam will be cancelled as was the April 4 exam.

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