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SAT/ ACT Test Prep

At 4:41 pm Wednesday, 30 October, 2019
Post by Sarahjane Hehre

A common goal for the majority of high school students is to do well on their SATs. Students invest in SAT prep books, conduct research via the internet or hire an in-person SAT coach. All of these options are helpful but they can take up…

SAT/ ACT Test Prep

At 8:29 pm Thursday, 25 July, 2019
Post by Clara Mouawad
Free SAT Resources

Free (SAT) Resources That Actually Help   When studying for the SAT, resources are necessary. Free resources are great. However, the true gems are the free resources that actually help. As you gear up to take the test, you’re already spending money on the official SAT guide…

SAT/ ACT Test Prep

At 8:26 pm Tuesday, 23 July, 2019
Post by Clara Mouawad
Setting a goal timeline for SAT can help prepare students.

SAT GOAL SETTING: WHAT YOU SHOULD DO (AND WHAT NOT TO DO)   The goal of taking the SAT is pretty straightforward; receive the highest score possible. The strategy to achieve that, however, is not nearly as clear. One way to reduce both the anxiety and…

SAT/ ACT Test Prep

At 5:17 pm Sunday, 14 July, 2019
Post by Rachel Hertzberg
Guide to Standardized Tests

Even as more colleges go test-optional, the majority of schools require applicants to submit an ACT or SAT score. What is the difference between these tests? How should you choose which test to take, or which score to submit? And what does all this have…

Admissions Insight, SAT/ ACT Test Prep, School Selection

At 5:15 pm Friday, 12 July, 2019
Post by Rachel Hertzberg
The Application Process: A Timeline

The Application Process: A Timeline   If you are considering applying to community college, some schools simply require that you enroll before classes start. Other schools may require you to enroll at least two or three weeks before the term starts; in order to ensure…

SAT/ ACT Test Prep

At 2:45 pm Friday, 8 February, 2019
Post by Admin
Guide to Standardized Tests

Even as more colleges go test-optional, the majority of schools require applicants to submit an ACT or SAT score. What is the difference between these tests? How should you choose which test to take, or which score to submit? And what does all this have…

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