SAT


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SAT™

Spinal Attunement Technique. A proprietary component of Reiki plus, see there.

SAT

serum agglutination test.
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which has required either the SAT, the ACT, or three SAT IIs, one of which must be the writing.
I suspect Lemann avoids the efficacy question mostly because the SAT data undermine his latent egalitarianism, his apparent belief that almost anyone can do almost anything if he puts his mind to it and is given access to higher education of any sort.
Lemann's swipe at the SAT upsets many in the education world.
But she argues that the test -- indeed, the entire SAT verbal section -- measures "general verbal reasoning skills" rather than "reading comprehension" or any other specific skill.
Though we know how important the SATs are, here at school we focus on the curriculum.
Glickman has taken the SAT exam three times to improve his chances to get into a good college.
SAT Corporation is the leading provider of mobile task management and collaboration software to process manufacturing industries.
As partner and primary sponsor of this event, Nurun provided SAT with its creative expertise to organize the launch of the event, and take part in the day-to-day activities.
SES ASTRA had been contracted by HELLAS SAT on 30th April 2003, to provide satellite control services for the Hellas-Sat 2 satellite, launched on 12th May 2003, after completion of its launch and early-orbit phase.
As of October 1, 2003, the College Board, a consortium of colleges that owns the SAT, will no longer flag scores of students who take the SAT with extended time.