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In a year where not much is within our control, it’s good to know what you can control in the test prep and college admissions process. In this final post, we’re going to talk about a few of things your child can control when working to strengthen their college applications. 3 Ways to Improve Scores … Read more
Once you’ve decided whether or not your child should test and taken the first steps of practice tests and test selection, it’s time to pick your child’s test dates and begin test prep. Pick Test Dates Strategically Once a child selects the SAT or ACT, it’s time to pick test dates, and we encourage students … Read more
For 2020-21 seniors, test scores are, for the first time ever, completely off of the table. Since COVID cancellations made it so difficult for students to test in the spring, schools are not requiring an SAT or ACT result for admissions. If your child is a senior this year (2020-21), important admissions factors will include … Read more
Unless your child is a senior in the Class of 2021, it’s fairly safe to assume you should move forward with preparing your child to take the SAT or ACT. So where do you begin? That’s what this blog is all about. Start with a Practice Test Our first recommendation to juniors is to figure … Read more
For years, there have been three significant admissions factors for students applying to selective or competitive colleges. Number one: grades in college prep courses. Number two: the strength of curriculum and level of challenge in a student’s course selection. (In other words, did they take AP, IB, or dual enrollment courses?) And number three: admissions … Read more