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SAT or ACT which is more beneficial for science students

Moumoyee Chakraborty 17th Sep, 2021

Out of these two Examinations ACT offeres some additional features as compared to SAT though both are University Level Examinations.

1. There is a specific science section in the ACT exam

2. Testing Opportunities are only 6 in SAT while that is 24 in ACT

3. Apart from writing scores, ACT scores are declared within 2 days whereas SAT takes 14 days.

Hope it helps you to choose between these two,

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I am preparing for IIT . Should I give SAT ot ACT exam ?

Ketaki Dhotre Student Expert 17th Sep, 2021

Dear,

Sometime most of the students preparing for JEE give SAT. But they get worlds some top university like Harvard, MIT, Cal tech, etc not IIT. I would say that SAT and JEE are totally different. SAT is more based aptitude. So most of the smart students clear this exam without much hard work. Where in terms of JEE you need hard + smart work. So, just try to master the JEE Advanced exam and give SAT too. SAT preparation will be easier once you are done with JEE advanced.

Hope this helps!

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which is better to study abroad mbbs or MA english

Koyel Bagchi 16th Sep, 2021

Hello,

See this is not possible to compare in between these two. MBBS is all about medical sciences , it helps you to be a doctor. In other hand MA English is also a good degree. Now it's upto that you want to be a doctor or not. So think wisely and choose wisely also .

Hope for the best.

Thank you.

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