North Carolina 2018 High School Graduates Make Gains On SAT


Last updated 11/28/2018 at 4:02pm

North Carolina’s high school class of 2018 saw performance gains over the previous year’s graduates on the SAT college admissions exam while also opening a wider margin with the nation overall, according to results released by The College Board, which administers the national exams.

The state’s average SAT score for 2018 high school graduates from all North Carolina public schools increased 16 points overall from 2017, to 1,090, compared to the national average of 1,049, an increase of 5 points from the previous year.

The scores reflect graduates who took a new version of the SAT,...

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