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LOGO_medium (1)Many colleges now accept either the SAT or ACT test, so it benefits students to decide the test they are best suited for, according to their skills. For example, the ACT tests a student’s knowledge of what was learned in high school. If a pupil has received good grades in challenging courses, the ACT may be a good choice.

SATs are more of a reasoning test and measure aptitude. A student with good deductive skills may find the SATs are a better fit. Below are some key differences between the two tests in four basic areas:

CONTENT: ACTs focus on …