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The SAT tests the reading, writing and mathematics skills that students learn in school, and that are critical for success in college and beyond. There are also the SAT Subject Tests™ which are hour-long, content-based tests that allow students to showcase achievement in specific subject areas where they excel.

Research supports our programs by using through a combination of research, evaluation and publications. The following are Research’s most recent publications.

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Date Title
02/20/2015 An SAT Validity Primer
Emily J. Shaw
12/18/2014 Nine Facts About the SAT That Might Surprise You
Lynn Letukas
11/26/2014 A Review of the Role of College Applications on Students’ Postsecondary Outcomes
Christopher Avery, Jessica Howell, Lindsay Page
11/26/2014 A Review of the Role of College Counseling, Coaching, and Mentoring on Students’ Postsecondary Outcomes
Christopher Avery, Jessica Howell, Lindsay Page
10/03/2014 The Benefits of Early Engagement in the College-Preparation Process: Implications for Practitioners
Jeffrey N. Wyatt, Kara Smith, Nina Proestler
09/15/2014 Differential Item and Person Functioning in Large-Scale Writing Assessments Within the Context of the SAT
George Engelhard, Jr., Stefanie A. Wind, Jennifer L. Kobrin, Michael Chajewski
06/30/2014 Synthesis of Recent SAT Validity Findings: Trend Data over Time and Cohorts
Krista D. Mattern, Brian F. Patterson
12/04/2013 Validity of the SAT for Predicting First-Year Grades: 2011 SAT Validity Sample
Brian F. Patterson, Krista D. Mattern
07/19/2013 First Generation Students: College Aspirations, Preparedness and Challenges
Kara Balemian, Jing Feng
06/04/2013 College Access and Success Among High School Graduates Taking the SAT: Native American Students
Mary E. M. McKillip, Philip E. Mackey
06/04/2013 College Access and Success Among High School Graduates Taking the SAT: Asian American Students
Mary E. M. McKillip, Philip E. Mackey
04/10/2013 Validity of the SAT for Predicting First-Year Grades: 2010 SAT Validity Sample
Brian F. Patterson, Krista D. Mattern
04/09/2013 The Relationship Between SAT Scores and Retention to the Second Year: Replication with the 2010 SAT Validity Sample
Krista D. Mattern, Brian F. Patterson
04/09/2013 A Comparison of Alternate Approaches to Creating Indices of Academic Rigor
Adam S. Beatty, Paul R. Sackett, Nathan Kuncel, Thomas B. Kiger, Jana L. Rigdon, Winny Shen, Philip T. Walmsley
02/01/2013 The Landscape of Higher Education (Middle States Regional Forum 2013)
Kelcey Edwards, Ellen A. Sawtell, Greg Perfetto, Douglas Shapiro, Patrick Kelly
01/16/2013 Academic Readiness Indicators: Implications for State Policy
F. Tony Di Giacomo, Dane Linn, Wanda Monthey, Catherine Pack, Jeffrey N. Wyatt
11/29/2012 SAT Subject Area Readiness Indicators: Reading, Writing, and STEM
Jeffrey N. Wyatt, Mylene Remigio, Wayne J. Camara
10/26/2012 The Landscape of Higher Education (College Board National Forum 2012)
Kelcey Edwards, Greg Perfetto, Don Hossler, Patrick Kelly
08/10/2012 The Validity of the SAT for Predicting Cumulative Grade Point Average by College Major
Emily J. Shaw, Jennifer L. Kobrin, Brian F. Patterson, Krista D. Mattern
07/24/2012 The SAT and SAT Subject Tests: Discrepant Scores and Incremental Validity
Jennifer L. Kobrin, Brian F. Patterson

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