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An odd doubt..

TonyAGTonyAG Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
edited August 2013 in Hispanic Students
Hi, my name is Antonio and im going to present the SAT on december.

Im living in M
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Replies to: An odd doubt..

  • entomomentomom Registered User Posts: 23,662 Senior Member
    Hi Antonio,

    I'm not sure what you mean by using your SAT as part of your curriculum, can you explain a little more fully?
  • TonyAGTonyAG Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    I mean, show my SAT to the university where I want to make my master degree, or in a job, or even if I want to be part of an exchange while i finish the college.

    In other words.. Does the SAT has a curr
  • mokusatsumokusatsu Registered User Posts: 538 Member
    Instead of "curriculum", you probably mean to say "r
  • entomomentomom Registered User Posts: 23,662 Senior Member
    Past your undergraduate degree, the SAT has no value; as mokusatsu says, grad schools will look at your GREs instead.

    The SAT should not be put on a CV for jobs or any other purposes. While gpa and other academic information may be listed (awards, relevant coursework), test scores are not.
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