11
Sep

How to Succeed on the PSAT Writing and Language Exam

The PSAT Writing and Language Exam is a 35-minute, 44-question grammar and reading comprehension test that is made up of four passages, each of which has 11 questions. Content Overview…

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10
Sep

How to Succeed on the PSAT Reading Exam

The PSAT Reading Exam is a 60-minute, 47-question reading comprehension test that is made up of five reading sections.  Content Overview The College Board assures that the Reading…

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09
Sep

What You Need to Know About This Year’s PSAT

Test Dates Primary Test Day: Wednesday, October 16Saturday Test Day: October 19Alternate Test Day: Wednesday, October 30 Updated Test Policies The College Board has updated several…

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05
Sep

How to Succeed on the PSAT Math Exam

The PSAT math test is a 70-minute, 48-question math test that is divided into two sections: Section 3 (No Calculator) and Section 4 (Calculator). Content Overview…

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12
Aug

SAT or ACT? How Do You Know Which to Take?

If you’re not sure whether you’re stronger at the SAT or the ACT, there are a few ways to find out. If you’ve taken one of…

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12
Aug

4 Steps to Improve your ACT Score on September 14th

1) The Reading Test: Train Yourself to Read Faster The test is about six weeks away on September 14th, and there’s a good chance you’ve yet…

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31
Jul

4 Steps to Raise your SAT Score on August 24th

1) Make a Study Schedule Count out the number of days you have left before you take the August 24th exam. Now count out the number of…

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24
Jul

How to Start Writing the College Essay You Don’t Want to Write

Most students save writing the college essay for last, and putting it off, as we all know, just adds to the stress of the college application…

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19
Jul

Schools that Require, Recommend, or Utilize SAT Subject Tests

All data provided on this list are current for the 2016-2017 school year. Special circumstances and unusual conditions are indicated wherever known, so please read this…

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01
Jul

More on College Admissions Mania

Where You Go is Not Who You Will Be is a good book for parents to take a look at this summer as their high schoolers…

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24
Feb

Zac Gets the Call – He’s Going to Wesleyan

By Sam Rosensohn So there we are flying on the Massachusetts Turnpike and there’s the state trooper. He’s out of his car, one knee on the…

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