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Juniors are set to take the SAT Wednesday morning

All freshmen, sophomores and seniors have later arrival at 12:15 p.m.
Maya Silberman
Results from the March 6 SAT are now available. The test was administered virtually, adding a new aspect to the test taking process.

Juniors are taking the SAT on Wednesday; an email was sent out last week with students’ testing room numbers and other testing info. Seniors, sophomores, and freshmen will have late arrival and will be required to check into their second period class at 12:15 p.m. In addition, both Tuesday and Wednesday will be B days. 

“SAT is super important for scholarships and getting more college opportunities,” junior Elle Monohan said. “While non-testing schools are becoming more popular, good SAT scores open doors for so many things.”

Juniors Annecy Scheuler and Jeremy Jessop agree.

“You can feel prepared for future tests in college,” Schueler said. “Also, you can see how well you are doing with different subjects.”

“Good SAT scores help you get into better colleges and get better jobs in the future,” Jessop said. “It also looks good when applying for scholarships and stuff like that.”

For some students, the test on Wednesday is a culmination of an extensive time spent studying.

 “I have an SAT Prep Book, and I study it during the week,” Schueler said. “I limit myself to one hour each night.” 

The College Board and Khan Academy websites also have multiple practice tests available for juniors looking for a last-minute study session.

“Khan Academy is great for SAT prep so I usually do lots of practice there and sometimes practice exams to see where I’m at,” Monohan said.

In addition to the other changes revolving around SAT this week, the SAT will be digital for the first time ever.

“I think it’s going to be better online,” Jessop said. “That way you can flag questions and I just feel like it will be less of a hassle than the paper version. I’ve also heard that we get built-in calculators, which will be super helpful.”

Additional details about the digital SAT, test taking information, double B day schedule, and late arrival can be found on the Frisco ISD website and the Campus Connection newsletter.

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Olivia Pulley, Staff Reporter

Olivia Pulley is a Sophomore and it’s her first year on Wingspan. On campus, Olivia is part of the National Art Honor Society and the Best Buddies club. Outside of school, you can find her volunteering with her youth group, hanging out with her friends, or shopping. She is very excited to be a part of Wingspan, and can’t wait to see where this year takes her!

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Maya Silberman is a senior going into her third year on the Wingspan staff. Outside of Wingspan, she is captain of the CTE Mock Trial team and a legal intern through the CTE Center's Practicum in Government Program. In her free time, Maya can be found reading any and everything, playing New York Times games, and spending time with her dog, Luna. Maya couldn't be more excited to be one of the Editor-in-Chiefs this year, and looks forward to what is to come! Contact Maya:

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