PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — SAT scores from across the state suggest Oregon students are leaving high school less prepared in math and writing.
The Oregonian/OregonLive reports that College Board officials said Oregon students scored lower on average in both math and reading sections, with average scores of 515 and 495, respectively. Those scores reflect and three and four point drop on average compared to 2015.
The average reading score did not change in 2016.
Results of the new SAT have not yet been made public. The average scores for the class of 2016, and the scores for the class of 2015 to which they were compared, only include scores for students who took the SAT by January of their senior year.