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SATSStandard Attainment Tests (UK Education)
SATSSingapore Airport Terminal Services Ltd.
SATSStandard Army Training System
SATSSouth African Theological Seminary
SATSStandard Automotive Tool Set (US DoD)
SATSSmall Arms Training Simulator
SATSSmall Aircraft Transportation Systems
SATSSouth African Transport Services
SATSShort Airfield for Tactical Support
SATSSupply Asset Tracking System
SATSStulz Air Technology Systems, Inc. (Frederick, MD; heating and cooling products)
SATSSaturday at the Sea
SATSShort Arm Thumb Spica (cast immobilizing thumb and wrist, extending to just below elbow)
SATSSouth American Theological Seminary
SATSSupply Access Terminal System
SATSSouthwest Asia Transmission System
SATSStation Accommodation Test Set
SATSStandard Assets Tracking System
SATSSpecial Access Tracking System
SATSStandardized Automated Testing System
SATSStudent Awaiting Training Status (Air Force)
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For entry in 2005, students must submit either the SAT, the ACT, three SAT II Subjects (Writing, a quantitative test, and one other), three Advanced Placement (AP) tests (an English, a quantitative, and one other), or any combination of the above (to include one verbal/English, one quantitative, and one other).
Connecticut College, which will require for 2006 entry either the ACT (Writing not necessary), or any two SAT II Subjects.
Glickman has taken the SAT exam three times to improve his chances to get into a good college.
The letter will describe the initiative and offer their children the opportunity to participate in the discounted SAT prep program.
Those qualities are reflected in this software and students will benefit from them when using One-on-One with the SAT to prepare for their tests.
Fifty years ago, the educators who promoted the SAT believed the system would help establish an educational "meritocracy.
According to Freedman, the SAT is valuable for two main reasons: (1) It provides colleges with a common standard against which to evaluate students who attend high schools with varying grading policies and levels of rigor, and (2) it partially predicts students' grades during their freshmen year of college, a measure of how prepared they are for higher education.