Signet is offering complimentary SAT and ACT diagnostic tests in March. In addition to providing realistic practice, these practice exams can also help determine which test students should focus on and how they can best prepare for the exam. We strongly encourage juniors to take a diagnostic exam in order to be as prepared as possible on test day. SAT and ACT diagnostic exams will be administered from 9AM-1PM* at Signet Education's center, located near Harvard Square on the dates listed below. Space is limited for our on-site diagnostic tests. Reserve your spot today by emailing email@example.com or by phone at 617-714-5262.
*Let us know if your student has an extended time accommodation as this will extend the scheduled time listed above.
Not in the Boston area? We can email you a diagnostic exam. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which test you'd like to take.
This event has been postponed — please check back for updates.
Signet Education and NESCA invite you to join a panel discussion and Q&A about how to keep the college process from becoming a toxic force in your family.
This panel will bring together educators, psychological, and parenting professionals to share their experience and insight of working with families through the college process. In the discussion, we'll consider questions such as:
It's back to school, and Signet Education is hosting a free event for high school students and their parents. Join Jay Bacrania (CEO & Co-Founder), Chris Gathman (Associate Director of Educational Partnerships), and Liz Adams (Engagement Manager and former Harvard College Admissions Officer) for an informal discussion and Q&A. We'll go over the fundamentals your child should be focusing on in high school, including:
Our goal is to equip you with the tools, information, and resources to help your child start the school year off strong!
Studying for exams can often be stressful and overwhelming. Sometimes, teachers aren't specific about what will be on an exam, or students can feel like there's simply too much to cram before a deadline.
Join Signet in this free webinar to learn more about clear, straightforward methods for preparing for exams. You'll also receive key templates and tools to make the studying process easier. By planning ahead and having a consistent study plan, it's possible to make studying for exams a lot less stressful and a lot more successful!
College admissions officials look for more than just strong grades and high test scores. They hope to build incoming classes of dedicated, interesting students who passionately pursue activities outside of the traditional classroom. In this webinar, we'll explore how can you get meaningfully involved in activities at your school and in your community.
Has your son or daughter been waitlisted? Wondering what you can do to jump this hurdle? Join Signet Education's admissions expert, Meg Mahoney, to learn our four best tips for when you've been waitlisted, along with the seven things you absolutely should NOT do if you're on the wait list!
High school offers us a lot. We take in so much information, increase our knowledge, and develop many different kinds of skills. But one thing we don't usually learn is how to take care of our minds and deal with daily stressors. So take some time to breathe, rest, and learn how to work with stress in this mindfulness webinar. Mindfulness is a way of paying attention and a way of relating to the present moment. You can practice mindfulness anywhere, anytime, and in any situation. In this webinar you will learn easy ways to integrate mindfulness into your day to bring more ease and wellbeing into your life, both in and outside of school.
Many parents dream of their students getting into Harvard. But how do you actually do it? And more importantly, does everyone have the same "Harvard?" Join Signet Education in this free webinar to learn how to identify your dream school and how to create your best application!
Join Signet's Admissions and Test Prep experts to learn all you need to know about SAT Subject tests. We'll cover everything from how to choose which test(s) to take, how they are viewed by colleges, and how to build a detailed and effective study plan to get you to the score you want.
The SAT and ACT Math sections, in many ways, might seem more straightforward and transparent than the other sections on the tests. The content is fairly predictable and every question has a definitively right answer. Though many students will find their coursework from school to be a great starting point for these sections, students often bring some baggage as well—from anxiety about math in general to overconfidence and a propensity for careless mistakes. Join Ben Morris, Signet Education's Test Prep Coordinator, for a webinar on some of the more strategic aspects of preparing for and taking the SAT and ACT math sections.
The SAT and ACT Verbal sections—Reading and Writing for the SAT, Reading and English for the ACT (with an honorable mention to the ACT Science section!)—can feel daunting for students. Unlike the Math sections, there isn't as much content for students to learn or review. Some might feel like they "just aren't good at reading" which holds them back. Join Ben Morris, Signet Education's Test Prep Coordinator, for some tips on how to prepare for the SAT and ACT Verbal sections and some common pitfalls to avoid.
If you are a junior, now is the absolute ideal time to begin to put together the list of schools that you will apply. What is your college "fit", and why is it so important in the college admissions process? In this webinar, we will offer attendees our best tips and favorite resources used to help students find their college fit and to create the perfect college list. Why not join us and learn first hand from our expert admission consultants on how to build your perfect list?
College can feel far away when you're still a junior. Besides, it's all so overwhelming: where do you actually start? Equipping yourself with good information is the first step! Learn to separate the stress-saving tips from the anxiety-inducing rumors at Signet Education's FREE webinar on the Top 10 Myths of the College Admissions Process for Juniors!
The spring semester of junior year has taken on new significance as more and more students applying to college via an early application. For many juniors, this semester is their last opportunity to fine-tune what will eventually constitute their early application to college. It's also the time when juniors kick their college search into high gear and refine college lists, take standardized tests, write college essays, and ask for recommendations. In this webinar, we will offer insight on each part of the college application, and more importantly, how juniors in spring semester can proactively prepare for submitting strong college applications in the coming fall.
Subject Tutoring“Charles is an excellent match for L! He listens to how she describes challenges and offers practical, non-drama counsel. He gives examples of how math concepts apply to her guitar playing. Connections like that make the math come alive. We could not be happier – he is prompt, flexible, a natural teacher, and kind.”