PA High School District – SAT Results
By Jamie Martinez (TribLive).
Check out how your local high school compares to nearby schools in performance on the 2017 SAT.
The exam, which is frequently used for college admissions, is made up of three sections: reading, math and essays. Both the reading and math sections are scored from 200-800. Essays are scored separately and range from a score of 2 to 8.
Total scores could range from 400-1600. There is no passing grade for the SAT; however, many colleges and universities use SAT scores as a factor in determining whether they will admit a student. Some schools have stopped using exams like the SAT for admissions.
The 2017 high school graduate cohort was the largest in history, with over 1.7 million students taking the test at some point in their college careers, according to data provided by College Board, which administers the SAT.
Both schools were also among the top-rated schools when ranked by state School Performance Profile scores, which assigns a building score based on students’ performance on state tests in math, English and science. It also accounts for factors such as participation in college admissions exams, graduation rates, attendance rates and growth and improvement in students’ academic performance.https://testprepprofessionals.com/pa-high-school-district-sat-results/https://i1.wp.com/testprepprofessionals.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/High-School.jpg?fit=276%2C183&ssl=1https://i1.wp.com/testprepprofessionals.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/High-School.jpg?resize=135%2C135&ssl=1SAT, ACT & High School NewsACT,high school,pennsylvania,SATBy Jamie Martinez (TribLive). Check out how your local high school compares to nearby schools in performance on the 2017 SAT. The exam, which is frequently used for college admissions, is made up of three sections: reading, math and essays. Both the reading and math sections are scored from 200-800. Essays...Kevin OrganisciakKevin Organisciakinfo@testprepprofessionals.comAdministratorTest Prep & Tutoring Professionals (TPP) began as a PR clipping service through Linkedin. TPP quickly gained momentum and became a niche consulting service to small and medium sized tutoring, test prep, and admissions consulting firms. We've been around for just over 6 years. Our founder, Kevin Organisciak, spent ten years as a senior executive with Kaplan Test Prep. He earned distinctions and awards, culminating with his induction to the Kaplan Fellows, President's Circle, and Kaplan Leadership Development Program. During his tenure, Kevin worked on over 120 marketing campaigns, drafted 150 budgets, oversaw a Six Sigma operating environment, and trained and developed over fifteen now VPs and Senior Directors. That last piece is what led Kevin to coaching and consulting.The Association for Test Prep, Admissions, and Private Tutoring Professionals