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How Should Your Student Study for SAT Subject Tests (SAT STs)?

If your student needs to take the SAT Subject Tests, you’ll want to encourage them to establish a test prep plan. Given the different nature of each exam, your student’s prep will need to be dynamic. But here are some general best practices for SAT Subject Test prep: Read More

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Does My Student Need to Take the SAT or ACT This Year?

With so many colleges going test optional, do students need to worry about standardized testing this year? Read More

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What to Do if Your SAT or ACT is Cancelled

Standardized test dates across the country have been cancelled. Here's how to keep calm and study on. Read more

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What is a Good SAT/ACT Score?

A good score on the SAT/ACT is relative: it depends on a student's goals. Read more

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Which Style of Test Prep is Right for You?

Tips for choosing the best way to prepare for the SAT or ACT. 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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Literature and English“Carolyn has helped J. a lot in his English papers and he's left his sessions with her enthusiastic and inspired both about literary analysis in general. He finds her guidance very helpful and it sounds like she's been able to get him to think more thoroughly about assignments. ”

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