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I have an athletic scholarship and I signed already, so what my act/sat indicate? (Why do I take the sat/act?)

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If you have an athletic scholarship... then you are on your way to college. Your SAT and/or ACT scores are usually a requirement for someone entering college. I dont know if you are required to take either though since you arent going to college for an education. You are going to go to play a game.

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Hi. Congratulations on you scholarship! Yes, you must take some sort of placement test to know what scholastic level you are at as well. It would be very hard on the school and you if you were placed in an electrical engineering class when you excelled in physical education. Good Luck

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The SAT/ACT scores are very important and show your achievement related to high school curricula. In case you are in high school headed to college, you need to give the scores you attained while you were in high school level.

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For one thing, the SAT and the ACT indicate whether you are prepared for college-level courses. Although you'll be pampered, as an athlete, and given easy classes and grades, you should think about what might happen to you if, for some reason, you can't continue to play sports. What if you're injured? What if it turns out that you're not good enough to turn pro in a few years? That happens to lots of high school and college athletes. You need a back-up plan, and that plan should be to get a decent education, so that you can build a good life for yourself, whether or not you play a sport. You're lucky to have gotten a scholarship. Don't waste it!

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