What Michigan's switch to the SAT means for students
You may have heard that the SAT has replaced the ACT as the test given by high schools in Michigan in the spring. If you're wondering what that means for you, the good news is that nothing has changed when it comes to college admissions: all of the colleges in the U.S. still accept both the ACT and the SAT. The ACT can still be taken all across the state, and many colleges in Michigan use the ACT as the basis for determining their scholarship awards.
EnACT is proud to continue offering outstanding ACT prep classes because we know how important they are to doing well on the test, and we know what a difference a better ACT score can make on your future. We're also excited to announce that starting in January of 2016, we'll also be offering SAT Masters classes for students who want to focus their efforts on the SAT. Stay tuned for a future post on the main differences between the ACT and the SAT.