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August 17, 2016
Exam

10 Strategies for Answering Multiple Choice Questions on the ACT and SAT

Multiple choice questions appear on almost every type of assessment. They are not written with the intention of trying to trick you or to make to […]
August 5, 2016

How to Get Ready for this Fall’s ACT and SAT

Taking the SAT or ACT can be stressful. However, unnecessary stress can be reduced, or even eliminated, when you’re adequately prepared for the big day. Here […]
July 22, 2016

Should I Take the ACT or SAT?

ACT or SAT? That is the question.  College visits, applications, and standardized tests, oh my! There are so many decisions facing college-bound juniors and seniors. It can […]
July 7, 2016

Your Most Important Back-up Plan on SAT Math

You don’t need to know every math formula or math procedure to do well on the math portions of the SAT (or ACT, or PSAT). Many […]
June 24, 2016

My New SAT Score — Better than the Old?

Making sense of new SAT scoring You just received your new SAT scores and you also have old SAT scores from last Fall. Now what? How […]
May 9, 2016
Bloglast

8 Myths About Gap Years That Need to Be Stopped

Until recently gap years have been somewhat uncommon among American high school graduates, despite being almost ubiquitous in other places like Europe and Australia. But in […]