The latest news on SAT
A new study says girls measure up to boys in every grade.
With the College Board's new score-reporting policy, there are an increasing number of strategies.
The new policy very likely will be popular with students, but what do admissions officers think?
But the switch to the writing test format "did not substantially change" the test's ability to forecast first-year college performance.
But students who bombed the tests can still take the school's version online.
New survey captures opinions on exam and college affordability.
The hot debate at NACAC's 2007 annual conference was about whether some aspects of the college admission process are unfair to students.
Columbia College (Illinois) is wrong when it implies in recent letters that U.S. News ranked it in the recently published 2008 edition of America's Best Colleges.
The College Board reports a gender gap in the writing section and a rise in students with disabilities.
A new group of colleges was added to the list of unranked schools for America's Best Colleges 2008.