Savremena accredited for ACT and SAT

Savremena has officially received accreditation for ACT and SAT testing accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the United States.

This prestigious accreditation provides Savremena with numerous benefits, including direct access to students’ results in AP exams, PSAT/NMSQT, SAT and ACT, participation in AP Course Audit, testing accommodations and regular access to ACT and SAT publications.

ACT – a prerequisite for college admission in the USA

The ACT is a standardised test used for college admissions in the United States. American colleges use the test for the additional classification of registered students, placing emphasis on the specific evaluation of knowledge and skills. Future students are ranked based on test results, making ACT a part of the entrance exams for American universities. It is, therefore, necessary for the students to properly prepare for the test and have all ACT-related information.

SAT also needed for college admissions in the USA

Similarly to the ACT, the SAT is a standardised test used for college admissions in the United States, as well as sports and academic scholarships. The test is particularly convenient because future students can send their SAT scores to multiple universities. Despite being a part of entrance exams at US colleges, the SAT is increasingly used by European universities.

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