In this post, Nurturing Wisdom President Pari Schacht demystifies one of the most common myths about the ACT and SAT.
I’m on a myth busting kick lately. I recently explained why both the ACT and SAT are accepted at all universities in the United States in my post on the Myth of Preference. Today, I want to talk about another common myth: junior year curriculum is needed for a student to take the ACT or SAT.
Many parents and students are told to wait to take the ACT or SAT until spring of junior year because junior year curriculum is tested on both tests.
In reality, there is almost nothing on the ACT or SAT that is covered in the junior year curriculum. Let’s look at this in more detail and address some of the most common misconceptions…