The SAT is the Scholastic Assessment Test or also called the Scholastic Aptitude Test. It is an American educational exam, used for high school students to enter universities. It is worth noting that the SAT is not the only assessment that can be evaluated for the application in American universities.
Traditionally, most American students take this test at the end of their junior year or during their senior year of High School. At Flex Major School, we recommend that any student interested in studying abroad at an American university takes this exam during the High School program, especially during the last year of their home country High School.
A College Board enrollment site is required, and the test schedule is available annually as well as the SAT application centers in the desired country.
GPA is the Grade Point Average. Basically, it is a scoring system that measures the average of all the disciplines studied throughout High School, transforming them into the following points:
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We are sure to be offering what is best for our students to complete American High School, even if they live in other countries.
If you would like to offer your students a full American high school program, be sure to contact us to find out what Flex Major School has to offer.