Standardized Testing

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What's a Good SAT or ACT Score?

What’s a Good SAT or ACT Score?

Learn how to help your student evaluate scoring on the SAT or ACT …
How to Study for the SAT or ACT in Just Eight Weeks

How to Study for the SAT or ACT in Just Eight Weeks

Learn how your student can prepare for their standardized tests in two months or less …
Is Your Student Ready for the 2021 AP exams? Start Test Prep

Is Your Student Ready for the 2021 AP exams? Start Test Prep

Is your student ready for AP exams? These subject-specific tests won’t be administered until May and June, but the time …
SAT Subject Tests Are Cancelled. What Should You Do Now?

SAT Subject Tests Are Cancelled. What Should You Do Now?

SAT Subject Tests have been discontinued. What does that mean for juniors navigating the college admissions process? Here’s what you …
10 Tips for Acing Exams & Enjoying Winter Break

10 Tips for Acing Exams & Enjoying Winter Break

5 tips to help students study for their finals and 5 tips to help them get the most out of …
Is Your Junior's Test Prep On Track?

Is Your Junior’s Test Prep On Track?

Test prep takes some effort, but it could give your student a leg up at their dream school. And that’s …
Signet's Guide to SAT/ACT Preparation

Signet’s Guide to SAT/ACT Preparation

Download this guide to get our time-tested tools and resources for successful SAT/ACT prep …
Should My Sophomore Study for the PSAT?

Should My Sophomore Study for the PSAT?

Does a sophomore need to study for the PSAT? Signet’s academic experts share their tips on PSAT preparation for sophomores …
Does My Student Need to Take the SAT or ACT This Year?

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

With so many colleges making tests optional, do students need to worry about standardized testing this year? Let’s explore the …
Are You Ready for the New AP Exams?

Are You Ready for the New AP Exams?

The 2020 AP exams have been reformatted, and students will take them at home. Here’s how to prepare …