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Being a college athletic recruit certainly sounds alluring. As college admissions continues to get more competitive, it’s understandable that high school athletes would have dreams of the day when schools compete over them, as opposed to the other way around. But college athletics recruiting requires more than simply waiting to be discovered; there’s hard work involved.
If you are taking the “new” SAT, which was administered for the first time in March 2016, you may be wondering how to interpret your score. The new SAT is scored on a 1600-point scale, whereas the old SAT was scored on a 2400-point scale.
The scores from the first administration of the new SAT were released this week along with comparison tables on how to interpret the scores. See below for information comparing new SAT scores to old SAT scores and ACT scores.