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cc2016cc2016 Registered User Posts: 98 Junior Member
edited June 2011 in Nepal
hey!!just copied and pasted here...hehe

Question no 1:what is PR?..
Question no 2:is it worth chossing SAT over ACT?....
Question no 3:for TOEFL there are 5 colleges that we can apply for free..evryone knows that...but which one should i apply for...any suggestions?...
i might score about 3.2 GPA in my Alevels xam..my TOEFL(100-110)...no idea about SAT.....
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  • sixstringsrockersixstringsrocker Registered User Posts: 631 Member
    PR may refer to Princeton Review's SAT prep guide or TOEFL prep guide. Or Public Relations but I think in this scenario, it's the former one.

    Never took ACT, don't know much. SAT wasn't a biggie.

    Most schools accept attested copies of your print copy. Doesn't matter much which 5 schools you pick.
  • diwashdiwash Registered User Posts: 40 Junior Member
    ACT is easy to prep but difficult to get marks.
  • cc2016cc2016 Registered User Posts: 98 Junior Member
    @ collegeconfidential:wel then is it mandatory for us to apply into the college we have posted our score..?
  • confidential2015confidential2015 Registered User Posts: 1,396 Senior Member
    No. It is not mandatory to apply to a college where you've sent your test scores.
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