Despite repeated promises of reform from the SAT's keepers, critics still find plenty to talk about. Could the ACT finally conquer all?
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College is Possible
A Resource Guide for Parents, Students, and Education Professionals
Thinking about college? You probably have a lot of questions: How does the application process work? What sort of college is right for me? How much will college cost? You've come to the right place. America's colleges and universities have prepared this site to guide you to the books, websites, and other resources that admissions and financial aid professionals consider most helpful. With planning, preparation -- and the right information -- college is possible for almost every American.
The Busy Teachers Website K-12:
Higher Education References - A very thorough site with a wealth of information from university listings to campus tours, college rankings, and more.
US Dept of Education:
What can my child do to prepare academically for college?
National Center for Education Statistics:
IPEDS College Opportunities On-Line
US Department of Education: Office of Post-Secondary Education- Campus Security Statistics Website
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PBS Online (PBS.org): Frontline -
Secrets of the SAT. Why the national obsession with the SAT test? And how fair, reliable and democratic is it?