Does your child freeze, fumble, or flip out when confronted with high-stakes testing? They may be experiencing test anxiety. Learn how to help them prepare for testing.
Summer is right around the corner and it’s the perfect time for students to get on track with college applications. Get Signet’s college application checklist.
Is your student trying to choose between the SAT and the ACT? Find out why they should take diagnostic tests and how the process works.
Final exams are just around the corner, and for many students, test anxiety is rearing its ugly head. Discover 4 tips for managing test anxiety.
If your student hasn’t begun preparing for the AP exams yet, now is the time! Discover 4 study tips for AP exam prep in today’s blog.
We pulled together a quick list of SAT and ACT test prep tools to help your student study smarter. Check it out!
Learn Signet’s proven method to master studying for final exams.
Learn what test optional means and whether your student still needs to study for their standardized tests.
Learn how to interpret your student’s PSAT scores to help them prepare for the SAT or ACT.
If your student plans to apply to a private high school, the SSAT needs to be on your radar. Learn more about how to effectively prep for this important exam.
Get answers to the most common questions about the SAT & ACT.
Learn the top questions students ask about taking the SAT and ACT.
Junior fall is the ideal time for students to start standardized test preparation for the SAT and ACT. Discover why it all begins with taking a practice test.
Learn how to help your student evaluate scoring on the SAT or ACT.
Learn how your student can prepare for their standardized tests in two months or less.
Is your student ready for AP exams? These subject-specific tests won’t be administered until May and June, but the time to start studying is now! Here’s how.
SAT Subject Tests have been discontinued. What does that mean for juniors navigating the college admissions process? Here’s what you need to know.
5 tips to help students study for their finals and 5 tips to help them get the most out of winter break.
Test prep takes some effort, but it could give your student a leg up at their dream school. And that’s worth a little extra studying.
Midterms are on the horizon, but there’s still time to make sure your student’s semester stays on course.
This is your comprehensive guide to the major standardized tests.
Download this guide to get our time-tested tools and resources for successful SAT/ACT prep.
Does a sophomore need to study for the PSAT? Signet’s academic experts share their tips on PSAT preparation for sophomores.
While the movement encouraging schools to de-emphasize testing in their admissions procedures has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, test scores may still be an important part of the college application process for many students.
With so many colleges making tests optional, do students need to worry about standardized testing this year? Let’s explore the possibilities.
The 2020 AP exams have been reformatted, and students will take them at home. Here’s how to prepare.
Learn about Signet’s proven system for matching tutors and students.
Choosing wisely between the SAT and ACT can lead to improved scores and less stress.
A good score on the SAT/ACT is relative: it depends on a student’s goals.
Tips for choosing the best way to prepare for the SAT or ACT.
The purpose behind the PSAT and how students can use it as a benchmark for standardized testing.
How to strategize your LSAT date around law school admissions.
A closer look at what standardized testing companies do with the personal information students provide.
Learn whether your student would benefit from the new ACT test date offered in July.
A comparison of the two primary exams used for admission to business school.
How much should sophomores be doing to prepare for the PSAT? In this post, we’ll look at common questions about PSAT preparation and explain why we don’t recommend doing a whole lot to get ready for this test.
Here’s a secret: test prep doesn’t have to be unpleasant and intense. When you start early, you can take it easy. Many families like to get a jump on standardized test preparation. If you’re a high school junior, you may have already started this past summer. That’s great, but if you’re not in that boat, not to worry! Read on for tips on preparing your ultimate test prep plan.
In this blog post, we’ll give you a step-by-step timeline for SAT/ACT test prep over the course of junior year and address some questions we often get from parents and students.
Parents often ask us about neuropsych assessments, so we’ve gotten an expert opinion! Read on to learn about the details of the testing process and to see if testing might be appropriate for your student.
A major mistake we often see students make is assuming that their AP class will prepare them fully for the exam. While many teachers do an excellent job of preparing their students, doing well in an AP class is no guarantee that you’ll get a 4 or 5 on the AP exam. Read on to learn hour tips for acing your AP exams.
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.
Keep your student on track with these simple guidelines.
A diagnostic exam can help your student decide which test is best for them.
The 3 questions that can help your child prepare for standardized exams.
A simple standardized testing timeline for high school juniors
A simple standardized testing guide for high school freshman.
A simple, college prep timeline for high school juniors
Finals season is here! Get some tips on prepping for your humanities finals.
An introduction to the new, rSAT Math section.
What to expect on the rSAT Writing and Language exam