Wednesday, September 28, 2016

SAT Scores Decline

From the Washington Post:

SAT scores fell modestly this year for the last high school class to take the old version of the college admission test.

The average total score for graduating students who took the old SAT at least once through January was 1484, out of a maximum score of 2400, the College Board reported Tuesday. That was 12 points lower than the national average for the previous class in a comparable period. The total drop included declines of three points on the critical reading section of the test, four points in math and five points in writing.

What does that result portend for future LSAT results? You can read more here.

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