Asked by: Collin Shadskyasked in category: General Last Updated: 5th January, 2020
Does College Board do act?
Simply so, is a 28 on ACT good?
Yes, a score of 28 is very good. It places you in the top 88th percentile nationally out of the 2 million students taking the ACT entrance exam this year. For comparison purposes, a 28 on the ACT converts to a 1310 on the SAT based on the College Board / ACT concordance.
Beside above, is a 30 on the ACT good enough for Ivy League? Admission to any of the eight Ivy League schools is highly selective, and ACT scores are an important piece of the admissions equation. Generally applicants will need a composite score of 30 or higher to be competitive although some applicants are admitted with lower scores.
Also, do colleges prefer ACT or SAT?
The Short Answer. The short answer to which test colleges prefer is simple: either! The ACT and the SAT are both accepted by all colleges and universities in the U.S. The test that will make your application look better is the test on which your score is in a higher percentile nationally.
Is College Board a monopoly?
Based on this definition, the College Board is a monopoly for the PSAT, SAT Subject Tests, and AP classes and exams.