How to take a SAT test or How to tack the ACT test?

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Answered: What exactly are SAT's and why do I need them? How do I find out for sure

The SAT Reasoning Test (formerly Scholastic Aptitude Test and Scholastic Assessment Test) is a standardized test for college admissions in the United States. The SAT is owned, published, and developed by the College Board, a non-profit organization in the United States, and was once developed ...

Answered: Can I take the ACT's if I'm not in high school ...

Well, I am homeschooled, How can I take my ACT'S if I am homeschooled?

Answered: Can college students take the act test?

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Answered: How do I apply to become a grader for the SAT written test administrated

http://professionals.collegeboard.com/prof-dev/opportunities/become-sat-reader

Answered: I graduated in 2004, Need SAT copy of my Scores?

The College Board website has information on how to view and send your SAT scores . It looks like you can get score reports from prior to 2005.

Answered: I. Q. Tests

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What numerical grade is considered an A for the ACT test?

The ACT average is 21 and the maximum is 36. More than half of MIT admissions taking the ACT scored 34 or more. There were a substantial number admitted scoring 31-33, and a few admitted scoring 28-30. You might consider 34-36 as A, 31-33 as A-, 28-30 as B+.

What does my Mother have to do in order to be my agent in acting, and

A parent may be a good choice as a manager, providing they have keen business sense, but agent is a totally different story. Being an agent requires connections and inside know-how in wheeling & dealing with producers and casting agencies, and rookies/amateurs are not typically very successful.