Test Prep Articles
It’s not as difficult as it sounds; you just need to find the right studying strategy.
Sometimes, submitting your original score may be preferable to retaking the ACT/SAT.
While it may be true that the early bird catches the worm, does prepping early for a standardized college entrance exam mean you’ll nab a higher score?
Where do you stand compared to students across the nation?
In the end, your effort and hard work will be worth it once you have your pick of all your choice schools.
Practice for the SAT with the new, free online tool from CollegeBoard and Khan Academy.
There is no need to be dismayed about taking the computer-delivered ACT or SAT.
While you can’t take the exams for them (yes, we know you’ve thought about it) you can help ease their exam anxieties in other ways.
Utilize the summer between your junior and senior year in high school to prepare for your college search and the college admissions process.
College admissions officers tend to view IB diplomas very favorably, as they require a great deal of dedication and effort.
Ensure you have all of your ducks in a row before the exam so you won't feel rushed or need to scramble the day of the test.
There are ways to help calm your nerves and overcome your test-taking fears!
How can you ensure your senior year is a positive experience? Complete this senior year bucket list!
Remember, completing the ACT or the SAT is an accomplishment in and of itself.
While sophomore year isn’t the time to begin your full-blown college search, it’s the perfect time to get a jump start on the process. During this year, you can transform yourself ...
Summer is a great time to gain a head start so that once the school year comes, you won’t be overwhelmed with the college applications process.
Make a long-term study plan that you can follow to prepare for the ACT/SAT.
The ACT is making major changes that will benefit students and make them more college and career ready.
Junior year is an important time, especially for tests that partially decide your future!
The changes will take effect in 2016 – a year that many students will undoubtedly consider their lucky break.