Because of Cornerstone Prep’s firm commitment to a student’s academic and life success, we offer training from kindergarten through senior year so a student is prepared to do their God-given best on these tests. Required courses, such as Life Calling, Worldviews, Humanities, SAT/ACT Prep, and Tools for College Success are placed throughout a student’s high school years to help a student feel prepared on test day.
ABOUT THE SAT
The SAT Reasoning Test is a long examination, close to four hours, and has three main divisions:
There are 10 sections in all three for each division, and one equating section. The equating section is used to assess questions for use in future tests. It can be in any of the three areas and does not count toward the score.
Apart from a short essay and ten out of the 54 math questions, the questions are all five-answer multiple-choice. Each of the divisions has a maximum score of 800, giving a maximum overall score of 2400.
As many people are aware, the SAT test is undergoing a major revision. Students have to decide which test, the old one or the newly designed one, to take. To help you decide, our Director of Student Counseling, Jillian Cosgrove, recommends the following article, Class of 2017 SAT Guide: New SAT or Old SAT?
THE SAT IN GEORGIA
Recently The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Georgia’s overall combined mean score increased five points, to 1450. It still lags the national score, which was 1490 in 2015. Read the full article here.