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8-Week SAT or ACT Study Plan

Waited until the last minute (or the last 2 months), and now you're stressing? Here's a plan to help you conquer the SAT or ACT with just 8 weeks of prep. Read More

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Standardized Exams: Creating A Study Plan

Keep your student on track with these simple guidelines. Read More

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Choosing Between the SAT and ACT

A diagnostic exam can help your student decide which test is best for them. Read more

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Standardized Exams: Do You Have A Testing Plan?

The 3 questions that can help your child prepare for standardized exams. Read more

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Mastering the SAT Subject Tests

A few tips for mastering the SAT Subject Tests Read more

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Freshman Year and Standardized Testing

A simple standardized testing guide for high school freshman. Read more

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The New rSAT - Math

An introduction to the new, rSAT Math section. Read more

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The New rSAT - Writing and Language

What to expect on the rSAT Writing and Language exam Read more

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The New rSAT - Reading

What to expect on the rSAT Reading Exam Read more

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How to Choose Between the New SAT and the ACT

Not sure if you should take the new SAT or the ACT? Here's how to decide. Read more

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FAQ's for the New SAT

The SAT has been redesigned this year. Find your FAQ's about the changes here. Read more

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An Intro for Freshman to the rPSAT

Here's what to expect as a Freshman preparing for the rPSAT exam. Read more

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How to Take a Diagnostic Test

Practicing for the SAT/ACT? Follow these tips for taking a diagnostic test! Read more

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Update on the rSAT

Official updates to the new rSAT starting March 2016. Read more

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How to Diagnose Timing Issues on a Standardized Test

If you're worried about timing on a standardized test, try this exercise to pinpoint your trouble spots. Read more

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Is One-on-One Test Prep Better Than a Class?

One-on-one test prep is worth it. Read on for why. Read more

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Update on the New SAT: Math

The SAT is changing in 2016—what does this mean for you? In Part 3 of this series, learn about how Math will be tested. Read more

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Update on the New SAT: Evidence-based Reading

The SAT is changing in 2016—are you ready? In Part 1 of this series, learn about how Evidence-based Reading will be tested. Read more

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Changes to the SAT

A guideline to the changes to the SAT that were released March 5, 2014. Read more

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What Are SAT Subject Tests?

The answers to many frequently asked questions about SAT Subject Tests. Read more

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Quick Tips: SAT Writing

A basic guideline to the structure of the SAT I Writing Section and what you need to know to study efficiently. Read more

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When to Start SAT or ACT Preparation

How to avoid cramming for important exams and take tests with confidence. Read more

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SAT Critical Reading Tips

Here are a few major tips to approach the critical reading section. Read more

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How to Self-Study for a Standardized Test

For many students, preparation for a standardized test is best done under the guidance of a test prep expert. Other students, however, may be able to walk this road alone.  Read more

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Time Management for the SAT

The SAT is full of challenges, and certainly one of the biggest is managing your time. Read more

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Differences between the SAT and ACT

Even though the SAT and ACT are interchangeable as college entrance exams, the tests are very different in important ways. Here’s what you should know. Read more

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Should I Take the SAT or ACT?

A guide to deciding which exam will best represent your skills. Read more

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SAT Math: How to Stay Focused

What you need to do to score your highest on the math section of the SAT. Read more

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What Is a Good SAT or ACT Score?

How to set a target SAT or ACT score. Read more

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SAT Math: Problem Solving Tips

Creative tips for the math section of the SAT Read more

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