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Consider this: Fewer than 1 percent of the students who take the Scholastic Achievement Test or the American College Test get a perfect score.
NGLP also purchases Peterson's study guides and sample tests for 10 subject areas of the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT) and several others.
He had leading roles in various plays, was a so-called "ladies man," was a member of the National Honor Society, got killer Scholastic Achievement Test scores and a National Merit Scholarship, and was nominated for Future First Citizen of Eugene.
will offer a practice taking the Scholastic Achievement Test from 9:30 a.
He said he'll accept as soon as he achieves a qualifying score on the Scholastic Achievement Test.
The Scholastic Achievement Test, for example, is used to predict students' success in a school of higher learning based on the skills they should have upon entering college.
She needed to pass the Scholastic Achievement Test and graduate with at least a 2.
Students in Glendale and Burbank schools in general scored better on the Scholastic Achievement Test than they did in 1996, but their verbal scores were generally outpaced by their peers in California and nationwide.