Find out which subject was the best for the Class of 2016.
TRENTON — New Jersey’s Class of 2016 outperformed the national average on the SAT exams, according to new data released Tuesday by the College Board.
The average scores for last school year’s seniors in New Jersey were 495 in reading, 492 in writing and 514 in math, a total score of 1,501. Nationwide, students posted averages of 494 in reading, 482 in writing and 508 in math, a total of 1,484.
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