Q: What are the differences between the SAT
and the ACT
A: The ACT has a Science
section that the SAT doesn’t have.
The SAT has a fill in the blank vocabulary
section and short reading
that the ACT doesn’t have. Otherwise, the tests are similar in content. The way
the tests are graded are also different. On the ACT, students get credit for
every question they get right whereas the SAT counts off a fraction of a point
for each wrong answer.
The ACT is a curriculum-based test, which means it covers
the information that was offered in high school. Unlike the SAT, the...