How to Find Scholarships Based on SAT/ACT Score
You already know that taking the SAT or ACT is pretty much inevitable because you need the scores for many of your college applications. But do you know the other very important reason to take the SAT or ACT? Two words: Free money!
Many scholarships for college are merit-based, meaning that they are based on your academic record. The scholarship selection committees will need to see your GPA and your standardized test scores, so this is where putting in the time and effort to study for your SAT or ACT can make a huge difference. A good score will you get into college, but a great score will get you free money.
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