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What Does Test Optional Mean for My Junior?

Learn what test optional means and whether your student still needs to study for their standardized tests …
SAT & ACT: Frequently Asked Questions

SAT & ACT: Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to the most common questions about the SAT & ACT …
How to Ace AP Classes—and the Exams, Too!

How to Ace AP Classes—and the Exams, Too!

Discovery why AP classes matter, how to choose the right AP classes, and how to do well on AP exams …
5 Frequently Asked Questions About the SAT and ACT

5 Frequently Asked Questions About the SAT and ACT

Learn the top questions students ask about taking the SAT and ACT …
5 Reasons to Take SAT and ACT Practice Tests

5 Reasons to Take SAT and ACT Practice Tests

Junior fall is the ideal time for students to start standardized test preparation for the SAT and ACT. Discover why …
Are Colleges Moving Away from Standardized Testing?

Are Colleges Moving Away from Standardized Testing?

To many families, the SAT and ACT are practically synonymous with college admissions. But there are more than a few …
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 …