FourFour Two’s SAT test date and data governance
FourFour2 has announced the first batch of data governance for its SAT test.
Data governance means that students who do not pass the test can take a full-blown test of knowledge, rather than being given an individual grade, instead of a percentile rating.
“It’s important to give students the best possible chance to take the SAT,” said Ben Wysocki, chief operating officer at FourFour.
“We are committed to ensuring students have access to the data that we are gathering.”
The first batch will include:Students with average scores of 2.90, 3.00, or 4.00 will be able to take an extra two SATs, which will be based on their scores on previous tests.
“This is just the beginning of what we will be doing in the future to make our tests more rigorous,” said Wysocksi.
“We have some great data coming in next week that will help us to help students better understand their knowledge and understanding of math, and also make the SAT more challenging,” he added.
The data will be shared with SATs governing body, SATA, and to schools and colleges that are taking the test.
“Our goal is to make the test more accessible to the whole student population and to make it easier for parents and teachers to understand the importance of the SAT test,” Wysats said.
The SAT test is held on Wednesday nights and can be taken by students of all ages, and by those who have taken the previous SAT, but have not yet taken the SAT.
“Our aim is to have students who can pass the SAT in two hours and who can complete the test in two weeks,” Wynsocks said.